Bill Pay

Pay your bills online with Bill Pay. It’s FREE when you pay two or more bills per month*. Simply log on to Online Banking, click on the Bill Pay button, fill in the mailing and account information and we’ll take care of the rest.

Payments appear on your monthly statement with a clear description of the payee. From that point on, your bill information is stored so the next time you go to Bill Pay, you just click and pay.


eBills are online versions of paper bills that you receive, review and pay through Bill Pay. When you receive eBills through 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 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 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.

How to get eBills

  1. First, sign up for Community Resource Bank Online Banking and Bill Pay or, if you already have a password, sign on and click the Bill Pay tab to add Bill Pay.
  2. Then set up your payees. For payees who offer electronic billing, we’ll ask you if you want to receive eBills. You can also add eBills later by clicking Activate eBills next to any eligible payee.

Get Bill Pay for FREE! Simply sign up and pay 2 or more bills per month to avoid a $4.95 monthly fee. To sign up, log into consumer online banking, click on your checking account, then click on the Bill Pay tab. Enrollment is quick and easy.

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