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What is Personal Online Bill Pay?

Personal Online Bill Pay lets you pay your bills online through First Interstate Bank. You can pay anyone in the United States that you would normally pay by check or automatic debit, even if you do not receive bills from the company or person...

How does Personal Online Bill Pay work?

To pay your bills online, simply add the companies and people you want to pay. We use this information to make the payments for your bills. After you add your bills, you can go to the Payment Center. The Pay Bills section lists all of the...

What is the difference between a Payee and a Biller?

Nothing. The two terms are used interchangeably to indicate someone to whom you make a payment, whether or not they actually send you a "bill" or invoice.

If I pay bills online, do I give up control of when payments are made?

Absolutely not. You'll always be in control of your accounts. You decide whom, when and how often to pay. Need to cancel or change a payment? No problem, as long as it's done before the processing date.

Who can I pay using Personal Online Bill Pay?

You can pay almost any individual or business as long as they have a United States mailing address or receive mail at an FPO or APO address (APO - Abroad, APO - America or APO - Pacific). Please note that the following payment types are...

What if I do not have an account number for one of my Payees/Billers?

Sometimes you will want to set up a Payee/Biller with whom you do not have an actual account number. It's easy. Simply enter the customer service phone number for that company to enable a database search. If the database does not find a...

How do I remove or make changes to a payee?

To delete or make change to a payee, simply click the "Manage My Bill" button on the menu of personal bill payment page.

How many days does it take for my payment to reach the Payee/Biller?

Most transactions will be processed five (5) Business Days before your selected Scheduled Payment Date. It is understood that, due to circumstances beyond our control, even once they are received, some transactions may take a day or even a few...

How far in advance can I schedule a payment?

You can schedule a payment up to one year in advance of the payment due date. Do not forget to allow five business days in between the scheduled payment date and the due date. A good example of when you might schedule a payment that far in...

What about payments I make every month for the same amount?

Easiest of all: establish a recurring payment. A recurring payment must be made at specified intervals (i.e., weekly, biweekly, semi-monthly, every 4 weeks, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or yearly) for the same amount each...

How is the payment sent to my Payee/Biller?

You will not always know if your payment is sent electronically or by paper check. While many payments will be made electronically, some Payees/Billers cannot receive electronic payments (such as individuals). Those Payees/Billers will be sent...

Without a check stub or a canceled check, how can I prove that I made a payment?

One of the advantages of paying your bills using Personal Online Bill Pay is that there are generally far fewer opportunities for errors to occur. However, in the event that you do need to provide proof of payment, there are many different...

How can I stop a scheduled payment?

All online payments can be canceled before they are processed (5 or more business days prior to the requested due date). Once the payment has been processed, additional modifications are not possible.

Who do I contact if I encounter problems when paying bills online?

As with any questions about your checking account, contact our customer service department at 1-888-752-3332, M-F, 7:30am-6pm MST.

How do I sign up for Online Banking?

Click here to sign up for Online Banking, then follow the online instructions.

What are e-Bills?

E-Bills are your regular statements delivered to you electronically by your Payee/Biller. You can choose either to have the Bill Pay service pay the bills automatically (under a certain dollar amount) through e-Bill Auto-Pay, or pay the bills...

How do I set up my Payee/Biller for e-Bills?

The fastest way to create e-Billers is to choose from the pre-defined list. The Merchants on this list capable of sending e-Bills are indicated by an asterisk(*).

Will I still receive a paper bill in the mail from the e-Biller?

No. You will no longer receive your paper bill. However, you can print out any bill if you would like to keep a paper copy for your records. Your bills, biller statements, and biller notices are available online for six months (180 days) and the...

How do I know when I have new e-Bills to pay?

When you log on, you'll see the number of new bills, statements, and notices you've received. Also, you'll receive a reminder e-mail to notify you of new bills in your account mailbox if they have not been viewed within four days of delivery.