How to Pay Your Woman Within Bill Online In 6 Steps
Should it be so frustrating to manage your ? They say it's as simple as ABC.
- Log into your account.
- Click on the payment icon.
- Enter your credit card number and the amount you want to pay.
- Hit send.
If only it were this easy. Go to their website, though, and it's so easy to get distracted with shopping that you might forget that you logged in to pay your bill. Now that you think about it, isn't it kind of a pain anytime you go to pay a bill online? Keep reading to learn the better way to keep track of recurring bills.
How Many Bills Do You Have to Manage?
Paying monthly bills is a hassle. These are just the basic bills most Americans have to manage every month.
- Alabama Power
- GA Power
- Duke Energy
- National Fuel
- Washington Gas
- Pay By Plate MA
It's no wonder that you're frazzled and frustrated when it's time to process your . Should you mail a check, pay by phone, or try to navigate an online portal? Most people do a little of everything, which might work in the moment but creates more confusion over time.
Set up Automatic Payments With Your Bank for Your Recurring Bills
Schedule your payments to go out automatically, but do not use the service provider’s payment portal. Banks and credit unions offer this service for account holders. Give the bank the statements for the bills you want them to pay, and they will set up a recurring plan where they send e-checks out on your behalf a couple of days before the due date.
|Banks have a layer of security that creditors don't have.
|This is a better option than paying directly to the creditor because your financial information is safe and secure. Large companies are increasingly targeted for data breaches. It means that every time you share your card or account numbers with another provider or vendor, your risk for identity theft increases. Remember, even the giant credit bureau Equifax got hacked a couple of years ago.
|Banks aren't the perfect solution, either.
|All that said, banks are not the ideal fix for paying your bill. Not all credit unions and banks are paying bills in real time. Even with e-checks, you run the risk of late fees. Errors are also a possibility. People report they pay bills twice, or that payments went out without sufficient funds to cover them—resulting in overdraft fees.
There's a Better Way to Pay
So how do you make sure you pay your bills on time and you don't drown in overdraft fees? Let DoNotPay handle your recurring bills every month. Simply sign up for the service, and we will take care of the rest. It's the best of all worlds.
- Your bills get paid on time.
- Your financial information stays within our safe and secure system.
- We don't charge overdraft fees.
How to Set Up Recurring Check Payments Using DoNotPay
If you want to set up recurring check payments but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 6 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.
DoNotPay Is the Dream Solution for Households With Multiple Responsibilities
It's likely that you are managing bills for college students, elderly parents, or both. If this sounds familiar, then DoNotPay can keep all those Georgia and Alabama Power bills going to the right place. When DoNotPay pays the bills for you, everyone can rest easier.
DoNotPay Can Take Care of Anything Else
DoNotPay can help you in a ton of ways beyond just bill payments. We offer a variety of services you may find useful
- Paying or challenging your parking tickets
- Getting you your chargebacks or refunds
- Canceling subscription services and more
- Canceling credit cards
- Finding missing money you're owed