BillPay Demo

Karen Helmberger, First VP — Bank Operations & Technology

June 24, 2013

Managing Your Money

Videos

BillPay is simply the best way to manage your payments.

  • Pay Virtually Anyone. From the local bakery to a Fortune 500 Company, even your baby-sitter.
  • Send Money to Friends and Family. All you need is their email address or cell phone number.
  • Same Day/Next Day Payments. Payments can often be received in as little as one business day, even that same afternoon if necessary.
  • Group Payments into Categories. Organize your utilities, cable and phone into a folder named household.
  • Account to Account Transfers. Even accounts at other financial institutions. Your money is always available, regardless of where you keep it.
  • Receive eBills. Green, more convenient, more secure and easier to manage.
  • Reminders. Receive updates through email when you receive a bill, or when it's due.
  • Automatic Payments. Great for bills that stay the same each month, like your rent and your car loan.
  • Search Bill History. Search by company, date and status, the moment you need an answer, wherever you are.
  • Message Center. Get quick answers to questions you might have.
  • Completely safe. More secure than mailing paper checks.

View demo

Back to Top

Add new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.

want to pay bills

Hi Judith, thank you for your post and for visiting ubt.com. A UBT representative will contact you directly to answer any questions you may have about BillPay.

Enjoyed the demo and wish to take advantage, but what I didn't see was any fees associated with utilizing the service. Could someone please provide a fees schedule?

Tom, thank you for your comment and interest in BillPay. A UBT representative will be contacting you directly to further address your questions. Have a great day!

This blog article is for informational purposes only, and is not an advertisement for a product or service. The accuracy and completeness is not guaranteed and does not constitute legal or tax advice. Please consult with your own tax, legal, and financial advisors.