Eliminate the hassle of paperwork, get organized and take care of business. It's simple. It's fast. And, best of all, it's FREE! Pay your bills online with First State Bank's Bill Pay.
When you take advantage of FSB's Bill Pay, you don't have to worry about paying your bills each month, because we pay them for you. Just log in and set up the date you want your bills paid, and we'll take care of the rest.
We'll even train you! We realize everyone is not familiar with how to use Bill Pay, so we offer simple instructions when you enroll in the program. We want you to enjoy using Bill Pay from home, the office or anywhere you have Internet access.
So simplify your life by calling today to find out how you can take the hassle out of paying bills each month. You'll be happy you did.
Instructions for using Bill Pay
To use Bill Pay, follow the instructions below. If you have questions about Bill Pay or how to get started, please contact one of our customer service representatives.
- Before you enroll online, print and complete this agreement. Don't forget to sign at the bottom. You can bring the agreement to the bank or mail it to us using the address on the top of the form. Bill Pay Agreement
- Enroll in Bill Pay online. It's fast and easy. Click on the "First Time User" button below the Online Banking log in area on the home page. Follow the instructions, to sign up and you will be ready to use Bill Pay in no time.
First State Bank is not responsible for any fee(s) you may incur due to insufficient available funds or insufficient credit availability in your primary checking account and/or overdraft protection plan. If you wish to discontinue use of the Bill Pay service, you must delete all scheduled payments and contact the bank to cancel the service.
Payments made through the Bill Pay service should allow a sufficient amount of time for payment to reach the payee. There will be a delay between the payment date (the date your payment is sent) and the date the payee receives that payment. To avoid finance or other charges, you must schedule a payment date at least five (5) full business days prior to the due date of your payment to allow the payee to receive the payment and credit your account. First State Bank does not guarantee any payment will reach the payee within five (5) business days.
Funds for all bill payments (whether the payments are made electronically or by check) will be withdrawn from your primary checking account on the scheduled payment date. First State Bank is not liable for insufficient available funds or insufficient credit availability in your primary checking account and/or overdraft protection plan. First State Bank will also not be liable if a legal order directs us to stop withdrawals from the account or if the account is closed or frozen.
First State Bank does not monitor the payments that are made through the Bill Pay service. If you are an individual or business and you use the Bill Pay service to pay bills, you assume the entire risk of loss. First State Bank shall not be held liable for loss, claims, demands, judgments and expenses connected in any way with such use.
Once you have set up a payment, you have the right to stop or change any scheduled bill payment. You must make all final changes or cancel a payment by no later than 3:00 p.m. on the payment date. If you choose to stop a payment after 3:00 p.m. on the payment date, you will be charged a stop payment fee. First State Bank assumes liability only in the instance we fail to stop a payment pursuant to your order to do so, so long as the stop payment was properly completed and was placed before 3:00 pm on the payment date.
First State Bank assumes no responsibility for any charges, fees or other actions taken by a payee resulting from a payment that you have not scheduled properly. In addition, First State Bank will not be liable for any payment that fails to properly transmit in the Bill Pay system.