Bill Pay

Learn how to manage all of your bills from one easy location.
  • Use one-time or recurring payments.
  • Receive your bills in an electronic format.
  • View Bill Pay history for each payee.

Bill Pay

Paying bills does not have to be a hassle. That is why we created a free, safe, and convenient way to make bill payments from anywhere! You can access Bill Pay from First Bank's eBanking webpage online or from your First Bank on the Go mobile app.

Let's Get Started!

Start by accessing our Online Banking Account Portal:

If you have any issues, contact us

Once you are enrolled, you will have the option to select which account you will be making the payments for, and which account will be your default account for making bill payments. From here, you can add a person or business to pay!

With Bill Pay, you can:

  • Schedule recurring bill payments
  • Set bill pay reminders
  • Pay bills from your mobile device

Certain bills have the option to be paid through eBills, a free service that allows you to receive your bill directly within Bill Pay so that you can view and pay immediately. This can be selected when you are on the Pay Bills page.

You will receive email notifications every time you add a biller, when you need to pay a bill, and when your eBill arrives.

Bill Pay is a quick and easy way to make your payments!

Bill Pay FAQs

Login to your eBanking account.  Click on the “Pay and Transfer tab” at the top of the page. Click on “Pay Bills”. For a tutorial, watch this video.

For complete bill pay instructions, click here.

A bill payment is either sent electronically or by check. You are able to verify the method of payment by going to ‘View Payment History’ for the payee and selecting ‘Payment details’ next to the payment you are inquiring about. The payment type will be listed as Electronic or Check, with the check number. The deliver by date is the expected date for the merchant to receive the payment. Check payments are sent 3-4 business days prior to the payment date.

*Not all payees will receive an electronic payment. A payee must have an agreement with the bill pay vendor to receive electronic transfers. If no agreement is in place, a check will be sent.

For electronic payments, a proof of payment service request will need to be opened by a FBSC agent. Our bill pay team will contact the payee to provide the tracking and account information to assist with locating the payment.    For check payments- Please verify the mailing address for the payee. If the payment appears to be lost, a stop payment can be placed on a lost check at no fee.