Pay Connection – Online Bill Pay

With Pay Connection you can pay your bills on time, anytime with your computer or smartphone.

Save time, postage and the environment with electronic bill pay. It’s easy, convenient and safe.

No waiting for bills in the mail, no hassle of writing checks and mailing your payments.

Ease your stress and improve your credit rating by easily paying bills on time, every time!

Pay Connection – Bill Pay is included with My Connection – Online Branch and is used with your Connects Checking account(s).

Pay Bills

Pay anyone in the United States with funds from your Connects checking account(s). Make one-time payments, schedule future or automatic recurring payments

You click the biller/payee, complete the payment amount, pay date, confirm and you’re done in seconds!

Payments are sent electronically or by check depending on the payee. Electronic payments take about one to two business days, checks take three to five or simply schedule ahead of time what date you want your bill paid.

Get Bills

No need to wait for mailed bills or to visit separate websites to make payments. Set up billers/payees in Pay Connection and if e-bills are available you’ll see the “Get Bill” icon.

e-Bills are the same bill that otherwise gets printed and mailed to you. You can view, print or just simply pay!

With Pay Connection – Bill Pay and e-bills, it’s so easy to go online each month or payday, see what’s coming due, pay and be on your way!

Learn how to enroll, it’s easy! For questions about enrolling, contact us at or call 804-427-5185 Mon-Fri 9am – 5 pm.

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