Online Bill Pay for Business: Get more done. Faster.
With Business Online Bill Pay you can:
- View the earliest possible payment date for each vendor.
- Pay an unlimited number of bills monthly.
- View itemized and detailed payments on your monthly statement.
- Send same-day electronic payments to hundreds of national and regional billers, with posting guaranteed.
- Set up recurring, fixed-amount payments.
Union Savings Bank Business Online Banking offers online bill pay for your accounts. To pay bills online is one of the most productive and easy ways to get an often tedious task completed.
You can set up automatic payments and transfers to get bills paid quickly. Paying online puts you in control; it’s also a great way to keep records of which bills have been paid and when – all in one place.
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Bill Pay FAQs
What are the system requirements for USB Online Banking?
How do I reorder checks?
To reorder checks click here
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What is the Send on Date for online check payments using Bill Pay?
The Send on Date is date that you select when scheduling your online check payment using Bill Pay in Online Banking and is displayed within the calendar widget when scheduling a bill payment. The Send On date is when Union Savings Bank will check to see if the funds are in your account at approximately 9:00 p.m. EST. The funds to cover this payment must be in your account BEFORE 9:00 p.m. EST. If funds are not available at this time, the payment will fail and an email/alert will be sent. If the funds are available, the payment will be sent.
What is the Deliver by Date for online check payments using Bill Pay?
The Deliver by Date is the date you select that you would like your payment to be received by is displayed within the calendar widget when scheduling a bill payment. The process time is approximately 5 business days to arrive to the person/vendor you are paying. These checks are sent as if they were from you and funds will be withdrawn from your account when the payee cashes your check.