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To set up Bill Pay:

  1. Sign in to Capital One®.
  2. From within your 360 Checking account, select Pay Bills. You should set up bill payment through Capital One online bill pay service at least 4 business days before the due date.
  3. Locate vendor name and follow the steps there to set up a recurring payment from your new Capital One checking account.
  4. If you pay your bill from another bank account you should sign in to your old bank account and remove the recurring payment from there.

Set up automatic payments according to a schedule you set. You can change or cancel AutoPay at any time.

To set up AutoPay:

  1. Sign in to Capital One.
  2. From within your 360 Checking account, select Pay Bills.
  3. Locate vendor name and follow the steps there to set up a recurring payment from your new Capital One checking account.
  4. When a Company or Person has been chosen for payment you can then select Set Up AutoPay.
  5. Enter the Amount, First Send On Date, Frequency, and Duration for your payment.
  6. Sign up to receive email notifications of payments.

Pay anyone in the United States that you would normally pay by check, automatic debit, or cash.

To set up Bill Pay:

  1. Sign in to Capital One®.
  2. From within your 360 Checking account, select Pay Bills. You should set up bill payment through Capital One online bill pay service at least 4 business days before the due date.
  3. Locate vendor name and follow the steps there to set up a recurring payment from your new Capital One checking account.
  4. If you pay your bill from another bank account you should sign in to your old bank account and remove the recurring payment from there.

Set up automatic payments according to a schedule you set. You can change or cancel AutoPay at any time.

To set up AutoPay:

  1. Sign in to Capital One.
  2. From within your 360 Checking account, select Pay Bills.
  3. Locate vendor name and follow the steps there to set up a recurring payment from your new Capital One checking account.
  4. When a Company or Person has been chosen for payment you can then select Set Up AutoPay.
  5. Enter the Amount, First Send On Date, Frequency, and Duration for your payment.
  6. Sign up to receive email notifications of payments.

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For members who bought their health plan through a public Exchange (e.g., Maryland Health Connection, DC Health Link or Healthcare.gov for Virginia residents), CareFirst will mail you a bill. Upon receipt of your first bill, and for all future bills, you can make a payment with any of the options detailed below.

Note: If you buy insurance through your employer, check with your Human Resources representative about your payment options.

Payment Options – Medical

  • Online payment
    • Set up recurring monthly payments with your checking account or credit/debit card
    • Make a one-time payment with your checking account or credit/debit card
    • View and pay your bill online 24 hours a day, seven days a week using a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer through My Account or the CareFirst mobile app
    • Check the status of your payment and any outstanding balances
    • Enroll in My Account to pay online
  • Cash payment
    • Visit the customer service desk at your local area Walmart, an authorized payment agent of CheckFreePay Corporation
    • Find the location nearest you
      (By clicking this link, you will leave the CareFirst website and access a vendor website. The vendor, CheckFreePay, is solely responsible for the services it provides.)
    • Present your CareFirst invoice/account number (located in the upper right corner of your bill)
    • Make payments using cash and/or a debit card, using your PIN, without any transaction fee
  • Check or money order payment
    • Mail a check or money order and invoice stub to:

      Payment Administrator
      PO Box 70250
      Philadelphia, PA 19176-0250

    • Make payable to: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
    • Include your name, member ID number and group number on the check/money order
    • To ensure we receive your payment in a timely manner, we encourage you to mail the payment several days in advance.

Payment Options – Dental

You have the option to pay your dental premium quarterly or annually.

  • Online payment
    • Set up recurring monthly payments with your checking account or credit/debit card
    • Make a one-time payment with your checking account or credit/debit card
    • View and pay your bill online 24 hours a day, seven days a week
    • Check the status of your payment and any outstanding balances
    • Payment is applied to your policy within 24 hours
    • Enroll in My Account to pay online
  • Cash payment
    • Visit the customer service desk at your local area Walmart, an authorized payment agent of CheckFreePay Corporation
    • Find the location nearest you
      (By clicking this link, you will leave the CareFirst website and access a vendor website. The vendor, CheckFreePay, is solely responsible for the services it provides.)
    • Present your CareFirst invoice/account number (located in the upper right corner of your bill)
    • Make payments using cash and/or a debit card, using your PIN, without any transaction fee
    • Payment is applied to your policy within 24 hours
  • Check or money order payment
    • Include your name, member ID number and group number on the check/money order
    • To ensure we receive your payment in a timely manner, we encourage you to mail the payment several days in advance.
    • BlueDental Preferred and Individual Select Preferred Members
      • Mail a check or money order and invoice stub to:

        Payment Administrator
        PO Box 70250
        Philadelphia, PA 19176-0250

      • Make the check or money order payable to: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
    • Individual Select Dental HMO Members
      • Mail a check or money order and invoice stub to:

        Payment Administrator
        PO Box 70250
        Philadelphia, PA 19176-0250

        Pay bills online to simplify your finances and avoid missed payments

        How to pay walmart bills online

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        Miriam Caldwell has been writing about budgeting and personal finance basics since 2005. She teaches writing as an online instructor with Brigham Young University-Idaho, and is also a teacher for public school students in Cary, North Carolina.

        Paying your bills online can free up time, save you money, and prevent you from forgetting important payments. You have several options when it comes to paying your bills online.

        Depending on both your bank and the company you are paying, you may use a combination of the different online bill pay options.

        Divide Your Bills

        To set up online bill pay, start by gathering all of your bills and dividing them into three piles:

        1. Bills that are the same amount each month, such as loan payments or the cable bill
        2. Regular bills that are for different amounts each month, such as the power bill or credit card bill
        3. Bills that you do not pay regularly with variable amounts

        Set Up Automatic Payments

        Set up automatic payments for all the bills that are a set amount each month.

        Most companies offer the option of signing up for an automatic draft or scheduled payment. It is best to do an automatic draft only with bills that are consistently the same each month.

        Some companies will offer a small discount if you set up automatic bill pay.

        You usually can set up recurring payments through the utility, rental, or loan company. Some companies charge a processing fee for online payments.

        Some bills that you can set to pay automatically include:

        • Streaming services or cable
        • Rent or mortgage payments
        • Regular insurance payments

        Use Your Bank’s Payment Service

        You can also schedule payments through your bank, which may help you avoid processing fees.

        To set up a recurring payment with your banking account, you need to visit the Bill Pay section of your online banking page. You will set up a profile for the bill that you want to pay online.

        This profile will include your account number, the account where the payment will be sent, and the company’s name. Then you will select the option to set up a recurring payment and set a monthly date for the payment to come out of your account.

        Some banks may limit the number of online payments you can make without a fee, and smaller banks may not have the same services as larger banks. If you cannot set up bill payments from your bank’s online portal, you may need to call customer service or visit a branch in person.

        Choose Bills to Pay Individually

        You can still pay bills with variable amounts online, though you cannot set up a regular transfer from your account if you don’t know what the amount will be.

        To make an online payment, you will need to set up a profile to pay the bill in your bank’s online portal. Then when the time comes to make a payment, you will select the one-time payment option, click on the profile of the bill you are paying, and enter in the amount.

        Be sure to record the transaction number the bank gives you as a receipt. Paying your bills directly to the company gives you a tracking number if there are issues.

        You can use this option for bills like:

        • Utility bills
        • Credit card bills

        By paying online instead of writing a check, your payment is processed quickly. You can avoid accidentally spending the money for the payment before a check is cleared.

        Plan for Annual Bills

        The irregular bills that you receive may be handled differently. These would include bills like:

        • Tag and registration renewal for your car
        • Variable insurance payments
        • Tax payments

        For these bills, it is often easiest to visit the company’s website and pay the bill online. You can usually do this with either a credit card, debit card, or bank transfer.

        You may also be able to use a service like PayPal if you want to avoid giving the company your banking information while paying bills online.

        Generally, there is not a processing fee to pay the bill online if it is an irregular bill.

        Avoid trips to the bank, post office during the pandemic

        by Andy Markowitz, AARP, April 14, 2020 | Comments: 0

        What You Need to Know About Online Bill Pay

        En español | Most Americans use online accounts to pay credit card, utility and other regular bills, but for many older bill payers, licking a stamp and mailing a monthly check or money order remains the norm. A 2019 study by financial-tech firm Fiserv found that nearly a third of people age 65 and older did not use online or mobile payments.

        But the older adults who still prefer paying with paper are also among those potentially most vulnerable to severe cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. With federal and state officials urging at-risk people in particular to stay at home, now might be the time to avoid trips to the post office and the bank, and switch to online banking.

        Financial institutions and companies that bill for services like water, power, insurance and internet access have made online payment simple and secure, and it’s easy to get started.

        There are two common ways to pay bills online: Pay companies individually via their websites or mobile apps, or authorize your bank or credit union to pay the bills from your account. There’s no need to do one or the other exclusively; use either method, or both, in whatever combination best suits your financial needs.

        Paying companies individually

        To set up individual payments, create an account at the company’s site or app. You’ll need to:

        • Create a username and password to log in to the account.
        • Give an email address and phone number so the company can contact you, for example, to confirm your identity when you log in (a process called “two-factor authentication”).
        • Link the account to a payment method (or methods), such as a bank account or a credit card. You’ll need to provide the account number and, if using a bank, the routing number. (The number is printed on your paper checks, along with the account number.)

        To make a payment, log in to the account and look for a “pay” or “payments” link. You’ll be prompted to enter the amount, select the payment date and method and confirm the transaction. You’ll typically get an automated email from the company affirming that you made or scheduled a payment.

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        Use any of these convenient methods to pay your T-Mobile bill. You can also download past bills from your My T-Mobile account.

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        Online one-time payment

        Consumer/postpaid and business accounts with up to 20 lines

        Save $10 with digital payments, here’s how:

        • Pay as a guest without logging in, or make a guest payment for someone else.
        • Pay from your My T-Mobile account.
        • See your bill and payment options or view and download past bills.
        • Make a one-time device payment device payment on your Equipment Installment Plan. For multiple lines, click the gray arrow to the right of your device to view details.
        • To use the T-Mobile app to make a payment, go to the Bill tab.
        • Use the View your bill & what’s impacting it page for billing clarification.

        Prepaid

        • Apply a one-time payment refill (account verification not required).
        • Pay from your My T-Mobile account.

        Business accounts with 21+ lines

        1. Log in to your business account.
        2. Scroll to My Bill.

        Payment arrangements

        Consider a payment arrangement if your account is past due and you need a little extra time to pay your bill, or if you’re experiencing a COVID-related hardship.

        • Get payment arrangement eligibility details and tips.
        • Set up a payment arrangement now.
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        • New York customers experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-19 emergency period may be entitled to additional options.
          • Call1-800-937-8997 to discuss payment options.
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        AutoPay

        Never miss a payment with AutoPay. This free service saves your payment methods to automatically pay your T-Mobile bill by deducting payments from your credit card or checking account.

        Use the links below to:

        • Learn about AutoPay details, eligibility, and more.
        • Log in to your My T-Mobile account online or in the T-Mobile app to set up, manage, or cancel AutoPay now.

        T-Mobile MONEY

        Use your T-Mobile MONEY debit card to make a one-time payment or for AutoPay. If you’re not already receiving the benefits of T-Mobile Money, sign up online at www.T-MobileMoney.com.

        Allow at least five days for your payment to reach us at this address:
        T-Mobile
        P.O. Box 742596
        Cincinnati, OH 45274-2596

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        Find a store to make your payment in person.

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        Learn about different ways to pay your bill: online, by phone, by mail or in person. Learn about accepted payment methods: bank account, credit or debit card, check, or cash.

        To see more details, choose the payment method that’s right for you:

        Download the My CenturyLink app

        Set up AutoPay

        You can also set up AutoPay so your bill will be paid automatically each month. AutoPay is the most convenient way to ensure your bill gets paid on time, every time, and payment via AutoPay has no fees. Use your My CenturyLink account or the My CenturyLink app to sign up for AutoPay.

        Methods of payment accepted for bill payment

        When paying your bill online or by phone, the following payment methods are accepted:

        • Checking account
        • Savings account
        • Credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover)
        • Debit card
        • Money market account (in some areas)

        When paying your bill by mail , the following payment methods are accepted:

        • Check
        • Money order

        The only way to pay CenturyLink with cash is at one of our partner in-person locations. When paying your bill in person , the following methods of payment are accepted:

        • Cash
        • Money order
        • Checking account
        • Credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover)
        • Debit card
        • Savings account (in some locations)

        Apple Wallet or Google Pay

        You can also use Apple Wallet or Google Pay to receive bill notifications and make secure payments right from your smartphone. Learn more about how to pay with your digital wallet.