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See if your bank offers bill pay!
Now that you’re ready to start receiving and paying bills online, check to see if this service is available from your bank or credit union.
Once you've found a financial institution that offers eBills and online bill pay, it doesn't take much to get started.
What You'll Need
As long as you have Internet access, an e-mail address and a bank account, you can get signed up by following the simple instructions at your bank or credit union's website. That's it.
“Pay bills online. The process is speedy, cuts down on paper clutter in your home, and spares you from scrounging for stamps. All major banks and credit unions now let you pay bills online, and an increasing number allow you to receive your bills at their Web sites as well. Most banks provide the service at no charge. If you're worried about online identity theft, relax. Paying bills online is actually safer than sending checks through the mail.”
~ Consumer Reports, “10 easy steps to the simple (financial) life”