Online Bill Pay
Pay your bills online in minutes
FIB Bill Pay is quicker and easier than writing and mailing paper checks. Pay your bills online in minutes!
Pay anyone, anytime
Pay all your bills in one place using only one password. Pay anyone you’d normally pay by check – any company or individual in the U.S.
You’re in control
Schedule one-time or recurring payments from your eligible FIB checking account.
As part of your FIB Bill Pay service, you can receive online versions of any paper bills.
eBills are online versions of your paper bills that you receive, review, and pay through FIB Bill Pay. You’ll save paper and time! Best of all, eBills are free with your FIB Bill Pay service.
When you get eBills through FIB Bill Pay, you can:
- Receive and pay eBills from hundreds of local and national companies such as your phone company, cable TV, department stores, and more.
- Receive email alerts when eBills are received, before they’re due, and when your payments are sent.
- Get convenient online access to your bills, so you don’t have to keep track of paper bills.
- Set up automatic payments for eBills, even if the amount varies month to month.
How eBills work
While in FIB Bill Pay, you can set up eBills for eligible companies you pay. Then we’ll notify you by email when we have received your bill. You can view your eBills within your FIB Bill Pay service or print them at your convenience.
Some payees will stop sending paper bills after you set up eBills, and some payees will continue to send paper bills — it depends on the payee.
FIB Bill Pay is free of monthly service fees.1
How to sign up
If you already have an Online Banking access ID and password sign on and click Bill Payment to enroll.
1. FIB Bill Pay is free of monthly service fees. Charges may apply for same day and overnight payments. Please refer to the Online Access Agreement for fees associated with our online services. Account fees (e.g. monthly service, overdraft) may apply to the Funding Account. For more information on the account fees, please refer to the account agreement you received when you opened your account.