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  Project Card Features & Benefits (back to top)
  What is the Lowe's Project Card?
  Why do I need a Lowe's Project Card?
  What is the difference between a Lowe's Project Card and a Lowe's Credit Card?
  For what kinds of projects would I use my Lowe's Project Card?
  Can I have both a Lowe's Project Card and a Lowe's Credit Card?
  Will the Lowe's Project Card be a separate account from the Lowe's Credit Card that I already have?
  How does a Project Window work?
  Can I have more than one Project Window purchase period open at one time?
  How many projects may I put on my Project Card account?
  How long is the repayment period for a Lowe's Project Card?
  Is there a minimum purchase required?
  How do I apply for a Lowe's Project Card?
  What is the APR for the Lowe's Project Card?
  What happens after a Project Window purchase period ends?
 
 
  What is the Lowe's Project Card?(back to top)
 

The Lowe's Project is a NEW way to pay for major projects! The Lowe's Project Card offers:.

  • 6-month Project Window Purchase Periods with No Payments & No Interest *
  • Interest rates as low as 7.99% *
  • Low fixed monthly payments
  • Generous credit lines
  • No annual fee or pre-payment penalties

   
  Why do I need a Lowe's Project Card? (back to top)
  The Lowe's Project Card is ideal for financing major home improvement projects. It offers generous credit lines, low APR's, fixed monthly payments and 6-month Project Window purchase periods during which no payments are due and no interest charges accrue.
   
  What is the difference between a Lowe's Project Card and a Lowe's Credit Card? (back to top)
  The Lowe's Project Card was designed to help customers manage the expenses of major home improvement projects, while the Lowe's Credit Card is for everyday purchases.
 
  For what kinds of projects would I use my Lowe's Project Card?(back to top)
 

The Lowe's Project Card is ideal for major home improvement projects such as:

  • Kitchen makeovers
  • New deck
  • Large scale repairs
  • Upgraded bathroom
  • Extra bedroom

   
  Can I have both a Lowe's Project Card and a Lowe's Credit Card? (back to top)
  Yes - you may have both a Lowe's Project Card and a Lowe's Credit Card, subject to credit approval.
   
  Will the Lowe's Project Card be a separate account from the Lowe's Credit Card that I already have? (back to top)
  Yes, The Lowe's Project Card is a separate account, with its own card, account number, credit line and statement. You may have a Lowe's Project Card, a Lowe's Credit Card, or both, subject to credit approval.
   
  How does a Project Window work?(back to top)
 

  • Step 1: To use the card you must open a "Project Window" * with an initial purchase of $1,000 or more
  • Step 2: After your Project Window opens, you'll enjoy a 6-month purchase period with no payments required and no interest accruing. *
  • Step 3: A Project Window purchase period remains open for 6 months, and only one Project Window purchase period may be open at a time *
  • Step 4: After the 6-month purchase period ends, fixed monthly payments begin. *
  • Step 5: Another Project Window may then be opened at any register with a purchase of $1,000 or more. *

   
  Can I have more than one Project Window purchase period open at one time? (back to top)
  No - After the Project Window purchase period ends, you may begin a new Project Window by making a qualifying purchase of $1,000 or more, depending on your available credit. *
   
  How many projects may I put on my Project Card account? (back to top)
  Depending on your available credit, a Project Card account has no limit to the number of projects. However, you may have only one open Project Window purchase period at a time.
   
  How long is the repayment period for a Lowe's Project Card? (back to top)
  When your account is approved, you will be assigned a repayment period that can range between 4 to 10 years.
   
  Is there a minimum purchase required? (back to top)
  Yes - there is a $1,000 minimum purchase required when each new Project Window is opened. Once a Project Window is open any subsequent purchases within the purchase period have no minimum purchase requirement. *
   
  How do I apply for a Lowe's Project Card? (back to top)
  Customers can apply for a Lowe's Project Card at any Lowe's store.
   
  What is the APR for the Lowe's Project Card? (back to top)
 
  • During the first 6 months of any Project Window, no interest charges are assessed. *
  • Thereafter, an APR will be applied to the Project Window based on the terms of your account
  • See Key Credit Terms for more details (link to Schumer box)
   
  What happens after a Project Window purchase period ends? (back to top)
  Once the 6-month purchase period ends, the Project Window is no longer open for new purchases. Monthly payments will be required for any such Project Window with an outstanding balance. You may begin a new Project Window by making a qualifying purchase of $1,000 or more, depending on your available credit. *
   
  "A Project Window is established when an initial purchase of $1,000 or more is made with a Lowe's Project Card. All purchases made during the six month purchase period after the Project Window begins will be included in the Project Window, and during this six month period, no interest charges are assessed and no payments are required for those purchases. After the six month period ends, payments will be required and interest charges will begin to be assessed for that Project Window. An APR tier will be assigned after Account is opened. APR for first Project Window will be as follows: Tier 1:7.99%, Tier 2: 9.99%, Tier 3: 11.99%, Tier 4: 13.99% or Tier 5: 17.99% if: (i) first purchase is made within 60 days after account is opened and (ii) the variable APR for the corresponding tier is not lower when the account is opened. Otherwise, a variable APR will apply: Tier 1: 7.99%, Tier 2: 9.24%, Tier 3: 11.24%, Tier 4: 13.24% or Tier 5: 17.24%, as of March 1, 2008. Once APR is assigned to a Project Window, it will not vary for that Project Window. Min. Interest Charge $1.00. After the six month purchase period ends, a new Project Window can be established by making another purchase of $1,000 or more. Subject to credit approval. Excludes all Lowe's Canada Credit products."
   
  Technical Help (back to top)
  Browser Requirements
  Compatible Browsers
  Are there any scheduled times when online customer service is unavailable?
 
 
  Browser Requirements(back to top)
 

To login to the Lowe's Card Account Service you need a browser which is SSL-compliant and has a "secure mode." When your browser is in secure mode, you will notice an unbroken key or lock at the bottom of the page.

   
   
  Compatible Browsers (back to top)
 

We recommend using Netscape 3.02 or later, or Microsoft Explorer 3.02 or later. For AOL users, either the 3.0 or 4.0 AOL client for PCs or the 4.0 AOL client for Macs is recommended.
If you are accessing our site with a browser other than those recommended above, you may not be able to log in or view your account information. Some of the browsers may be available free for download on the Internet.

   
  Are there any scheduled times when online customer service is unavailable? (back to top)
  Our web server may be down for maintenance purposes daily between Midnight and 6 AM Eastern Time.

  Web Page Issues (back to top)
  What should I do when I am having trouble viewing my account information on the screen?(back to top)
  Please contact our customer service department and notify them of any problems that you are having in viewing account information by calling (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.

  Login Questions(back to top)
  Why do I need to enter personal information on the Login Screen?
  Is the information that I enter secure?
 
  Why do I need to enter personal information on the Login Screen? (back to top)
  We ask that you provide us with personal information to login so that your account is protected from unauthorized access.
 
  Is the information that I enter secure? (back to top)
  Yes, we use SSL encryption, an industry standard, to help protect your account information from unauthorized access. When your browser is in secure mode, you will notice an unbroken key or lock at the bottom of the page.
 
  Updating Personal Information (back to top)
  How do I update my mail address and/or phone number?
  Legal Name Change
  Can I request an additional card online?

  How do I update my mail address and/or phone number? (back to top)
  Login to your account online and on the account summary page select Account profile “change address” Or you can change your address or telephone number on the space provided on your billing statement or by calling (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time. Our mailing address is:

Lowe’s Project Card USA
PO Box 965004
Orlando, FL 32896-5004

You can also visit the Customer Service desk of your nearest Lowe's store. For the Lowe's nearest you, visit our www.lowes.com, or call 1-800-44LOWES.
   
   
  Legal Name Change (back to top)
  Please mail a copy of the legal documents to the following address, in order to process your request:

Lowe’s Project Card USA
PO Box 965004
Orlando, FL 32896-5004
 
   
  Can I request an additional card online? (back to top)
  The current version of E-Service does not have the ability to provide online updates, however based on your feedback, we will be providing capabilities to request changes to your account online.
In the meantime please contact our customer service department for any questions by calling the following toll free number (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.
   
  Payments (back to top)
  What should I do if my payment has not been posted?
  How can I inform you of a recent payment I made or will be making?
  What methods of payment can I use to pay my bill?
  Where do I send my payments?
  Can I make payments at any Lowe's store?
  Payment posted my account was in error
 
   
  What should I do if my payment has not been posted? (back to top)
  If your payment was made by mail please allow 7-10 days from the mailing date for your payment to be processed.
If your check has been cashed and it is not showing as posted, please mail a copy of the check, front and back, to the following address:

Lowes Project Card USA
PO Box 965006
Orlando, FL 32896-5006

If your payment was made by money order, please check with the issuer and mail a copy, front and back, to the following address:

Lowes Project Card USA
PO Box 965006
Orlando, FL 32896-5006

If your payment was made electronically, please check with your electronic payment provider, they will advise you on what to do next.
 
   
  How can I inform you of a recent payment I made or will be making? (back to top)
  You can inform us or a payment you sent or will be sending online.
 
   
  What methods of payment can I use to pay my bill?(back to top)
  We accept checks drawn on US financial institutions, money orders, or electronic payments. Gift certificates and other credit cards are not accepted as a form of payment.
 
   
  Where do I send my payments?(back to top)
  You can send your payments to the following address:
Lowes Project Card USA
P. O. Box 530914
Atlanta, GA 30353-0914
Make checks payable to: Lowe's.
 
   
  Can I make payments at any Lowe's store? (back to top)
  Yes, payments can be made at any local Lowe's store. For the Lowe's nearest you, visit our www.lowes.com, or call 1-800-44LOWES
 
   
  Can I get my payment due date changed? (back to top)
  At this time, our billing process is unable to accommodate changes to the due date assigned to individual accounts. The specific due dates assigned helps us to provide you with the highest level of service when processing your monthly billing statement. Please accept our apology for any inconvenience this may have caused.
 
   
  Payment posted on my account was in error (back to top)
  If your statement shows that your payment was received, but it is for a different amount than you sent, please accept our apology for any inconvenience this may cause. In order to correct any difference in the amount that should have been credited, please send bank verification to the following address

Lowes Project Card USA
PO Box 965006
Orlando, FL 32896-5006

The verification should show the difference charged to your account. Upon receipt of this information, we will give this matter our immediate attention.
 
   
  Can I make a payment online?(back to top)
  Yes. For your convenience, you can make a payment online.
 
   
  Can I make a recurring payment online? (back to top)
  No. At this time, our online payment service cannot accept recurring payments.
 
   
  What information will I need to make a payment using e-Payment? (back to top)
  You need to have a valid checking account from a U.S. financial institution and the following information:
  • Bank name
  • Checking account number
  • Bank routing number
  • Valid e-mail address
 
   
  Where can I find my checking account number and bank routing number? (back to top)
  You can find this information on the bottom of your check.
 
   
  What amount(s) can I pay using e-Payment? (back to top)
  You can pay the minimal of $1 and up to your current account balance or 150% of your credit limit whichever is less.
 
   
  Can I make a payment immediately after enrolling? (back to top)
  Yes.
 
   
  When will the online payment credit to my account? (back to top)
  The online payment will credit to your account on the payment date you scheduled.
 
   
  How can I find the status of my e-Payment? (back to top)
  To find out the status of your e-payment, click the view e-pay history option or click on view scheduled payment.
 
   
  Can I place a stop payment on an e-Payment? (back to top)
  Yes, but only if the e-payment has not been processed.

  Security Information (back to top)
  Am I on a secure site even if the padlock on my browser is not locked?
  What is SSL?
  What is a "secure session" and how does it help keep my information safe?
  What should I do when I have finished viewing my account information?
  What should I do if I am using a "public" computer?
  How can I tell when my connection is secure?
  Why does it ask me for a passcode when I try to access my credit account?
  What do I do if I forgot my passcode?
  What information do I need to register to view my credit account?
  How do I end my online session?
 
   
  Am I on a secure site even if the padlock on my browser is not locked?(back to top)
  Your account information, credit application and other sensitive information is being encrypted on the Lowe's Online Credit Center. An encrypted item is scrambled so that no one between your computer and GE Capital Retail Bank (GECRB) can read the message or the information you entered.

The reason the padlock icon provided on your browser may not appear locked (symbolizing an encrypted session) is because the Lowe's Online Credit Center uses multiple frames to display information on your computer. The graphical header and navigation bar across the top of your screen is one frame. The selections that appear on the left are another frame. The main portion of the site appears in the remaining frame. Frames that display general information about the site, such as the navigation bar across the top of your screen, are not encrypted. However, any screen that displays or requests information about your account, user name, password, application and other sensitive information is encrypted.

 
   
  What is SSL?(back to top)
  SSL is an abbreviation for Secured Socket Layer. SSL technology secretly encodes (or encrypts) information as it is being sent over the Internet between your computer and GECRB's systems. This encryption technology helps ensure that your account information travels securely over the internet and remains confidential.
 
   
  What is a "secure session" and how does it help keep my information safe?(back to top)
  During a secure SSL (Secured Socket Layer) session, data traveling between your computer and GECRB's systems is secured using encryption technology. This SSL technology secretly encodes your information to create a private conversation that only your computer and GECRB's systems can understand.
 
   
  What should I do when I have finished viewing my account information?(back to top)
  When you have finished using a secure area of Lowe's Online Credit Center, make sure you Sign out and close/exit the internet browser software (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer, AOL). This will decrease the possibility of anyone viewing confidential account information.
 
   
  What should I do if I am using a "public" computer?(back to top)
  If you use a computer that others also work on and you are uncomfortable that they may view "cached" pages after you have left the station, you should Sign out and close/exit the internet browser software (e.g., Netscape, Internet Explorer, AOL) before leaving. This will decrease the possibility of anyone viewing confidential account information.
 
   
  How can I tell when my connection is secure?(back to top)
  To confirm that your information is encrypted perform the following three steps:
   
1. Place your cursor on an area of screen where confidential information is being displayed.
   
2a. With an Internet Explorer browser, right-click, select 'Properties.'
2b. With a Netscape browser, right-click, select 'View Frame Info' or select 'View' | 'Page Frame Info' from the browser menu bar.
2c. For Macintosh users, Ctrl-click, select 'New Window with this Frame' OR select 'View' | 'Page Info' from the browser menu bar.
   
3. Check the web address that you have accessed. If you are in a secure area, the address will appear as https://www. The "s" at the end of "https" means that you have accessed a secure server.
 
   
  Why does it ask me for a passcode when I try to access my credit account?(back to top)
  For your privacy and the security of your credit account, we require your account or membership number and a passcode to login.
 
   
  What do I do if I forgot my passcode?(back to top)
  If you forgot your passcode, you will need to re-register. After successfully re-registering, you will have immediate access to your credit account.
 
   
  What information do I need to register to view my credit account?(back to top)
  To successfully register to view your credit account, you will need your account number as it appears on your Lowe's Credit Card, along with your zip code, mother's maiden name, followed by either your Home Phone Number or your Social Security Number.
 
   
  How do I end my online session?(back to top)
  You must click the LOGOUT link when you are finished accessing your account. If you close your browser without clicking LOGOUT, access will be suspended for 30 minutes.

  Users on Account (back to top)
  What is an authorized user?
  How do I add/remove an authorized user?
 
  What is an authorized user? (back to top)
  An authorized user is anyone whom the primary account holder has authorized to make purchases on the card and is listed on the account as an authorized user. An authorized user cannot close the account, request account information or make changes to the account. The primary user is responsible for any charges that the authorized user makes on his/her account.
 
   
  How do I add/remove an authorized user? (back to top)
 

The primary account holder can contact our customer service department by calling (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time. A written request can be sent to us:

Lowes Project Card
PO Box 965004
Orlando, FL 32896-5004

You can also visit the Customer Service desk of your nearest Lowe's store. For the Lowe's nearest you, visit our www.lowes.com, or call 1-800-44LOWES.

  Credit  (back to top)
  Credit Balance Refund  (back to top)
  You can request a credit balance refund online.
   
  Credit Bureau Questions/Disputes (back to top)
 

If you believe that we have reported inaccurate information about you to a consumer reporting agency, please write to us at the following address:

Lowes Project Card USA
PO Box 965003
Orlando, FL 32896-5003

When you do, please identify the inaccurate information and tell us why you believe it is incorrect. If you have a copy of the credit report that includes the inaccurate information, please send a copy of that report to us as well.

   
  Credit Line Changes (back to top)
  You will soon be able to request this on line! Until then please call us at (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.
   
  What do I do if my balance is a credit? When can I expect a refund? (back to top)
  Your credit balance will be applied against future purchases/debits. If there are no new purchases on your account, we will automatically send your refund of your credit balance within 30 to 60 days. You may also request your refund online. There is no need to call to obtain your refund.
   
  What if the credit amount received for my returned merchandise is less than the amount of the purchase? (back to top)
  We apologize for the inconvenience. In order to correct this problem please mail a copy of your billing statement displaying the purchase amount along with a copy of your return receipt to our customer service office at Lowes Project Card USA PO Box 965004 Orlando, FL 32896-5004 for further research.
   
  I did not receive credit for the merchandise that I returned. (back to top)
  In order to correct this problem please mail a copy of your return receipt, indicating that the item was returned, to our credit customer service office at Lowes Project Card USA PO Box 965004 Orlando, FL 32896-5004 for further research.
   
  Do you report my account to the Credit Bureau? (back to top)
  We report the status of accounts to the credit.
   
  Why does this account appear on my credit report? (back to top)
  All accounts are reported to the credit bureaus.

  Grace Period and Late Fees (back to top)
  What is the Grace Period for repayment of the balance for purchases?
  How can I avoid late payment fees?
   
  What is the Grace Period for repayment of the balance for purchases? (back to top)
  No Interest Charges will be assessed on any balance in a Project Window during the first six months of that Project Window and for 25 days thereafter if the balance of the Project Window is paid in full.
   
  How can I avoid late payment fees? (back to top)
  You will not be charged a late payment fee if we receive at least the minimum payment by the payment due date shown on your statement

  Replacement Cards (back to top)
  What should I do if my credit Card is stolen or lost? (back to top)
 

For your protection, if your card has been lost or stolen,
call us immediately at 1- 800 291 9329 .
Note: For your protection you cannot report a lost or stolen card online.

   
  What should I do if my credit Card has been damaged or misplaced?(back to top)
 

You can report your card damaged or misplaced. Please review your account for any purchases you did not make.  If you see any unauthorized charges please call our customer service department at (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.

   
  What should I do if my credit Card has not been received? (back to top)
 

You can notify us online. Please review your account for any purchases you did not make.  If you see any unauthorized charges please call our customer service department at (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.

  Contact Us (back to top)
  Customer Service/Account Information (back to top)
  For Questions regarding Customer Service or Account Information please call our customer service department at (888) 840 7651 Monday through Sunday 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern Time.
   
  Tech Help    (back to top)

 
What screen resolution do I need to view my bill online?    (back to top)

To view your monthly Lowe's Credit Card online billing statement, we recommend that your monitor's screen resolution be 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 pixels. Either monitor setting will permit you to view your E-Bill without having to scroll your screen side to side. You can view your E-Bill at lower resolutions, but you will need to scroll from side to side to view the complete bill.

How do I change my screen resolution to 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 pixels?
   (back to top)
 
If you have a Microsoft Windows' operating system, click on Start in the lower left portion of your screen. Select Settings, then select Control Panel. In Control Panel select Display. Next, click on Settings. In the middle of the screen is an area called Desktop Area. Within Desktop Area select 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600. Then click on Apply in the lower right corner of the screen. You may need to restart your computer before the new resolution takes effect.

For Mac users, go into your Control Panel, go to Monitor Settings and reset your resolution to 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600.

Which browser do you recommend I have in order to properly view my electronic statement?   
 (back to top)
 
We recommend Internet Explorer version 5.0 and Netscape version 4.0 to 4.72. For AOL users, either the 3.0 or 4.0 AOL client for PCs or the 4.0 AOL client for Macs is recommended.

Are there any scheduled times when I will be unable to view my Lowe's bill or pay my Lowe's bill online?  
  (back to top)
 
Our webserver is down for maintenance purposes on Sunday between 2 AM and 6 AM Eastern Time.

How do I print my online statement?
   (back to top)
 
You can print your online statement by using the print function of your browser.
 
General   (back to top)

 
How do I enroll in E-Bill?    (back to top)
 
Lowe's is using CheckFree to provide Lowe's Credit Card customers with the opportunity to receive and pay their bills online. You can enroll with CheckFree for your Lowe's bill without charge, by enrolling at https://mybills.com/ebill/wbp/logon. CheckFree also offers expanded services for a monthly fee.

What is CheckFree?    (back to top)
 
CheckFree Corporation has been at the forefront of electronic payment processing for more than 15 years. CheckFree is the leading provider of electronic commerce processing services and software products for more than 850 financial institutions, 1.3 million consumers and 1000 businesses.

Will Lowe's charge me extra for receiving or paying my bill online    (back to top)
 
At this time there is no charge from Lowe's for utilizing E-Bill or electronic payments. To access the no charge CheckFree enrollment site go to: https://mybills.com/ebill/wbp/logon.

Electronic Bills and Payments  (back to top)

 
When will I receive my first E-Bill?    (back to top)
 
Once you receive a CheckFree email message indicating your activation for Lowe's E-bill has been approved, you can expect your next statement to be presented electronically in addition to receiving a paper statement. You should receive an email message from CheckFree within 48 hours of your activation request.

Is my E-Bill updated during the month?    (back to top)
 
No, the online is your monthly billing statement, like the billing statement you currently receive in the mail. Any payments or purchases made during the month will not be reflected until the next month statement is sent. Your recent account activity is available through our online customer service, but not through E-Bill. To view your account activity go to: View My Account.

How do I access old E-Bills?    (back to top)
 
While viewing your current Lowe's bill, click to the "Statement History" navigational button at the top of screen. Click on the statement date you wish to view and the E-Bill detail will be displayed.

How many months of statement history can I view?    (back to top)
 
We will retain for your viewing, the most recent twelve (12) months of E-Bills as long as you continue to receive E-Bills. If you want to keep a longer history than that you need to print out a hard copy and keep it or save the data onto your hard drive by following your browser's save feature.

What happens if I delete my Lowe's E-Bill on CheckFree?    (back to top)
 
After you veiw your online bill, you can delete it. Once the E-Bill is deleted, you will be unable to access your bill detail. To keep the bill detail, you will need to either print out a hard copy before deleting the E-Bill, or wait until next month's E-Bill to view the current and historical bill detail. You can access previous bills by clicking on "Statement History".

Will I continue to receive my paper bill?    (back to top)
 
Yes, you will continue to receive your Lowe's paper bill until further notice.

Will I receive online offers and promotions with my E-Bill?    (back to top)
 
Lowe's Credit Card will not be sending online offers and promotions at this time.

If I receive a duplicate E-Bill, which one do I select to view my electronic statement?   (back to top)
 
If you receive a duplicate E-Bill, click on the electronic statement listed second (or underneath the first) to view your bill detail. The other E-Bill has been disabled.

What happens if I deactivate E-Bill?   (back to top)
 
Although you will still be able to access prior online billing statements, you will no longer receive new E-Bills once you deactivate. Please refer to your paper billing statement once you deactivate E-Bill. You may re-activate your E-Bill service at any time.

Payment Information  (back to top)

 
Can I make a payment by mail if I receive my bills online?    (back to top)
 
We encourage our customers to take advantage of the benefits of the new electronic payment option, but you also can mail in your payment. Please be sure to include your payment coupon found at the bottom of your paper billing statement so that we can properly credit your account.
 
Can I schedule automatic electronic payments?    (back to top)
 
Presently you are not able to schedule automatic electronic payments if you are using the CheckFree "free" service located at https://mybills.com/ebill/WBP/logon. However the ability to schedule automatic payments may be available in the future. If you are using CheckFree's expanded services, please refer to their documentation for functionality concerning scheduling payments.

What if I don't have enough money in the bank when I make an electronic payment?   (back to top)
 
We will be notified that the payment cannot be honored and your Lowe's account may be assessed a return payment fee in addition to any late charges and interest charges that may normally accrue.

 
How far in advance of the due date should I schedule my electronic payments?    
(back to top)
 
Please be aware that you need to initiate the scheduled payment request at least five business days prior to the date you wish the payment to be processed. For example, if your payment due date is the 15th of the month, you need to access your E-Bill service by the 10th, then schedule the payment to be made on the 15th.
 
How do I change or stop a payment that I have scheduled?   (back to top)
 

Most bill payment services allow the customer to change or stop a payment that has been scheduled. Please refer to the instructions of the bill payment service you are using for the specific steps required.

Will I be assigned a payment confirmation number for my records?  (back to top)
 
Based on the version of the bill payment service that you are using, a confirmation number may or may not be provided. If you wish to keep a record of your payment, you can print out a hard copy of the completed payment page before submitting.

 

Marketing/Advertising (Additional products)  (back to top)



For questions regarding additional products such as insurance, fee based subscriptions etc. please click here to for contact information.