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Bill Payment—Simplify Your Life

It's never been easier to pay your bills directly from your WESTconsin Credit Union checking account! No envelopes, no stamps, no check writing—it’s all done for you as a FREE service to our members!

Conveniences of Online Bill Payment:

  • Receive eBills from your utility and insurance companies, or any business that is capable of online invoicing

  • Categorize your bills for easier budgeting

  • Manage your bills with enhanced user-friendly screens

  • Options such as automatic email notifications when bills arrive, payments are made and more

  • Create, download and save a CSV report for your record keeping

  • View images of cleared Bill Pay checks

Getting Started with Online Bill Paying

You need to have an active checking account with WESTconsin Credit Union to sign up with bill pay.

  1. Begin by logging into your WESTconsin Online account by clicking here. If you do not have an online account, follow the instructions that are provided by clicking here.

  2. Once you are in WESTconsin Online, click on the Bill Pay tab.

  3. Follow the on-screen instructions and complete the application for immediate approval. It’s easy to add new payees and payments that can be scheduled for future dates. Payees can be anyone you send a payment to either by check or electronically.

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