Pay your bills online in 4 simple steps
It’s easy to keep your bills organized when you pay them online. No paper, no stamps – plus you save time and money by going paperless.
Nationwide Bank’s Online Bill Pay is free – you just need to follow these four steps to get started:
- Sign up for Online Bill Pay. Get started when you sign up for this free service. If you have technical trouble signing up, it’s likely a problem with your pop-up blockers or the version of Internet Explorer you have. Find help at the bottom of this FAQ.
- Gather paper copies of your current bills that have the name, address, phone number and account number of whomever you want to pay on them.
- When you’re ready to pay your bills, log on to your account then select Bill Payment then Pay Bills.
- Select your vendor from our list or follow the prompts to enter new information. Then schedule when you want to pay the bill.
When you’ve finished, you can create recurring payments for regular bills so your bills will always be paid on time. You can schedule payments in advance, too, if you’re going to be on vacation. You can even use Online Bill Pay to pay a friend. Just give us five days, and we’ll cut a check and mail it to anyone in the United States for you.
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