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Pay your bills online in one convenient and secure location with just a few clicks. After you discover the ease, simplicity and freedom of online Bill Pay you’ll never want to go back to paying bills the old-fashioned way - writing checks, licking stamps and mailing! Enroll today and begin taking advantage of all the benefits online Bill Pay has to offer. If you have questions about your payments call CheckFree Customer Service at 1-800-877-8021 between the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. CST seven days a week. If you have questions on setup of Bill Pay please contact your local branch.
Helpful Hint - You can access the Bill Pay tab once
you have logged into Online Banking and you have chosen the checking
account you wish to pay bills from automatically.
Please note that you must be enrolled in Online Banking to take advantage of this service. Even though there is no charge for Bill Pay, the service is automatically removed from your account if not used at least once every 90 days. Please click on the link below to enroll in Premier Bank’s Online Banking.
Introducing Popmoney™ - a new part of Online Bill Pay – a quick and easy way to pay the people you know. It is a personal payment service that enables you to send and receive money securely and electronically to those you know, or owe in as little as one business day. It is a fast process, all you need is an email address or mobile phone number to send or receive money at any time. Each transaction is secure and safe, since there is no reason for an exchange of bank account or additional personal information.
It’s easy to get started:
It’s that simple!
Helpful Hints - You can access the Popmoney tab once you have logged into your Online Banking Bill Pay account. If the person receiving the money is not already registered with Popmoney, they will be prompted to visit the Popmoney website for a one-time registration before receiving the money in their account. After that, the money automatically goes into the registered bank account and the payee is notified when the money is deposited.
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