The Easiest Way to Read, Track, and Pay Your BCWSA Bills Online

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The Easiest Way to Read, Track, and Pay Your BCWSA Bills Online

More than 525,000 individuals rely on BCWSA for clean water and a reliable sewer system. The bill pay portion of the DoNotPay App can help you stay on top of those bills. You can process your with DoNotPay.

This article explains BCWSA bill pay using the DoNotPay App.

You'll also learn:

  • How to pay BCWSA without using DoNotPay
  • Who can benefit from this service
  • And a little more about BCWSA, one of Pennsylvania's largest water and sewer utility providers

If your BCWSA bill is due right now, time is of the essence. So let's get it done!

BCWSA Bill Pay Using DoNotPay

The DoNotPay App makes it easy to manage your . It's incredibly convenient. Use it once, or use it every month to make bookkeeping easy and stay on top of your utilities.

To Pay BCWSA with DoNotPay, just follow these super easy steps:

1. Go to the Bill Pay product on DoNotPay.

2. Connect a bank account if you haven't already.

3. Schedule recurring or one-time payments by entering the person you want to address the check to, the payment amount, and their mailing address.

4. Customize the payment with a PDF attachment, image, and memo.

5. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

6. Submit your task! DoNotPay will mail the check on your behalf, and make sure it gets sent each recurring period if you set up recurring payments. You can always return to the product to delete or add new payments.

BCWSA Bill Pay Options

While you cannot currently visit the BCWSA office to pay your bill, there are other ways to get it done.

Pay With DoNotPayIt's so easy to pay your bills this way because you don't need to visit the post office. You don't need stamps or envelopes, and you won't need to wait around on hold for a long time either.

You can schedule recurring payments, too. It is super helpful for people on a fixed income once a month or who spend a lot of time on the road.

Self-Service PaymentAt the time of writing, the BCWSA offices are not allowing residents to enter their offices. So you cannot currently pay this bill in person.

Pay BCWSA Online

You can sign up for BCWSA bill pay online. The process takes a bit longer than the DoNotPay App. And you'll need to keep a close eye on things.

To sign up online:

  • Visit the BCWSA website.
  • Click the "Get Started" button halfway down the page
  • Enter all of your account information, and all of your banking information
  • BCWSA says they'll debit your account on the date you select.

Just be sure to keep an eye on your bank account and your water bill. BCWSA has a pretty good reputation for a utility provider, with very few complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB.) Still, you're entrusting your personal information and banking information to a stranger.

Also, all utility companies will launch price increases from time to time. So it would be best if you kept an eye on that. Otherwise, you might be surprised to find your bank account debited for an unusual amount.

Water leaks are another concern. If your mainline springs a leak, you won't know it until you get a ridiculous water bill. So do not think you can "set it and forget it" with BCWSA.

You can also pay BCWSA by mail.

BCWSA Bill Pay by Mail

If you'd like to spend time every month writing a check, addressing an envelope, and paying for postage, you can do that too.

You'll need to:

  1. Have your water bill handy
  2. Write a check
  3. Place your check and the slip in an envelope
  4. Address your envelope (see below)
  5. Put a stamp on it
  6. And take that package to the post office or a mailbox

Send your check to:

Automated Lockbox

BCWSA

PO BOX 3895

Lancaster, PA 17604-3895

You'll always need to have checks, envelopes, and stamps handy. Then play the waiting game! If your bill is past due or close to it, the next few days can be stressful. Remember, mail does get lost from time to time.

About BCWSA

The Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority (BCWSA) provides water and sewer services to more than 100,000 homes and businesses in Southeastern Pennsylvania. This non-profit organization seems to take relatively good care of its customers when compared to other utility providers.

About the DoNotPay App

The DoNotPay App is the world's first AI Consumer Champion! You can use the bill pay portion of the app to manage all of your usual utility bills. It is so fast and easy, and you'll never need to worry that a stranger has your bank information.

Beyond BCWSA bill pay, DoNotPay can pay other bills too. You may also set up automatic payments on the following utility services:

If you're the sort of person who gets flustered by a pile of bills every month, the DoNotPay App will be a lifesaver! Just plug in all those monthly bills one time, and let DoNotPay send the check on your behalf. Try it today. You'll love it!

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