Pay your Bills Online Fast, Easy & Free— with Bill Pay
Bill Pay from Credit Union of Colorado allows you to pay bills online from the comfort of your couch, at no charge*.
Pay bills as you get them, or set up automatic payments to ensure your bills are paid on time every month. You set the payment amount and the date.
Bills can even be delivered to you safely and electronically using eBill from many companies. So forget the hassle of stamps and envelopes. Use Bill Pay!
*A fee may apply if you need an expedited payment.
Payment Center Screen and eBills
This shows the expanded view to set up eBills for this particular bill.
Note the intuitive payment center, easy-to-use reminder system, and rush delivery option.
Payment Calendar Screen
Easily select the date that your bill will actually get paid. Rush delivery options available.
Payment Schedule Information
Instead of choosing between a send by date or an arrival date, you will select a single Deliver By date, which is the date the amount will be deducted from your account and payment delivered to the biller. (Note: In the event a biller does not accept electronic payments, the money will be subtracted from your account when the recipient deposits the check.)
Payment Review Screen
Simply review payments and submit payment requests.
Review history of payments.
Confirm that payments are processed.
Search for previously made payments by payee and/or date range.
Call the company’s customer service and ask to have the late fee or finance charge waived. If the problem still isn't resolved, send us a payment inquiry. We will contact the company on your behalf in an attempt to resolve the problem.
Sometimes a company may not credit your account immediately after they receive a payment. If the payment is not credited after two days, call the company’s customer service line. If the problem isn’t resolved, you can send us a payment inquiry on payments in Activity. We will contact the company on your behalf in an attempt to resolve the problem.
With the Payments Guarantee, you can be assured that your electronic payments are safe and reliable. When your payments are processed through Bill Pay, you are protected in the unlikely event of unauthorized transactions or processing delays.
The Payments Guarantee applies when all the payment and contact info provided is accurate.
You receive electronic bills (eBill) in Payment Center of Bill Pay. When an eBill is due, it appears as soon as you select the company that sent it. You can simply click a link to enter the amount due and due date from the bill.
If the payment is sent electronically, the money is withdrawn from your account one business day after processing begins. If the company or person cannot receive electronic payments, we print a check and mail it to the address you provide.
For some checks, the money is withdrawn one business day after processing begins. For others, the money is withdrawn when the company or person deposits or cashes the check.
If your normal billing cycle has passed and you still have not received your eBill, contact the company who bills you. Depending on billing cycles, the exact day you receive your bill each month may vary. Also remember that more than a month may pass before you receive your first eBill from a company.
In most cases, you can set up AutoPay for an eBill to schedule payments based on the amount due and due date on your bill. You'll have different options to set the amount and date for your payment based on the bill info.
You can stop receiving eBills in Bill Pay any time after the company processes your request to receive them. Select the company from the Payment Center, open the eBills section, and choose the option to stop eBills.
An entire billing cycle may pass before your paper bills resume.
Yes, you can pay an eBill by some other means, such as by check.
However, when you pay an eBill outside of Bill Pay, the status of the eBill remains Unpaid and it continues to appear in the Reminders section until you dismiss the reminder. To change the status, you can file the eBill and add a note about its resolution.
When you add a company that offers eBills, you can enter the required info to request eBills, and we send your request to the company. When you complete the request for one company, you can sign up for eBills from other companies who offer them.
To add an eBill for a company you’re already paying, look for the eBill options on the Payment Center.
Your reminder is cleared when you pay, dismiss, or file a bill. When you dismiss a reminder, it's removed from the Reminders list, but it will appear again. To permanently stop reminders, select the company or person on the Payment Center, click Reminders, and stop the reminders.
First, cancel the scheduled payment in Pending Payments if you don't want it to be paid. To change or stop all future automatic payments, select the company or person on the Payment Center, click AutoPay, and change or stop the AutoPay options.
Your contact info (such as name, address, phone numbers, email address)
Additional users on your account
Service fee account
It is important to keep this info current because that’s how we communicate with you.