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Simplify your bill payment process

Online Bill Pay with United Community Bank allows you to stay on top of your monthly finances. Having your bills linked to your bank account enables you to electronically write checks and send payments in one place. In your Online Banking account, set up your Bill Pay in the Pay Bills menu tab and follow the steps here or watch these informative videos to learn more.

Helpful Features

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Schedule Payments 

Hoping to stay on top of payments? That's easy! Schedule future payments on their due date with United Community Bank's Bill Pay feature. 
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Automatic Payments

Our Automatic Payments feature keeps you ahead of your repeating payments. Setting up an auto pay only takes a few moments, saves you time and keeps you from missing a payment. 
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Reminders

Setting up a reminder within your online billl pay can help you make sure all of your bills get paid on time. You can set up reminders to let you know when an eBill is available, a recurring payment or when a transaction is scheduled.

How-To Videos

Payment Center

Creating a Payee - Company

Scheduling Payments

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