When you set up an eBill (electronic copies of your paper bill viewable in Digital Banking) you entered the required login information that allows us to access the payee’s website. For security reasons, we’re unable to transfer over your login information to the new Digital Banking.


  • Tuesday, February 19
    Last day to view/edit eBill Payments.
    All eBill Payments scheduled to be sent after February 22 will NOT be paid.

    ACTION REQUIRED NOW THRU FEBRUARY 19: If you have an eBill Payment scheduled to be sent after February 22, log in to Digital Banking and reschedule it for an earlier date, or after the new experience launches on February 25.
  • Wednesday, February 20 to Monday, February 25
    eBills will be UNAVAILABLE.  
  • Monday, February 25
    eBills available in new Digital Banking (Online and Mobile).

    Set up your eBills in the new Digital Banking
Frequently Asked Questions

Will my eBills transfer over?
No — The payees will transfer over, then you can activate the eBill option for eligible payees.

TIP: In the new Digital Banking, you’ll see a symbol next to each payee notifying you to activate the eBill option for this payee.

Will my automatic payment rules for eBills transfer over?
No — In the new Digital Banking, there’s currently no option to set up automatic payment rules. This feature will be coming soon.

Can I set up eBills for all my payees?
It depends — Some payees are not set up to send eBills. We’re continually working with payees to update their options.


Learn more about the new Digital Banking:
Bill Pay | External TransfersFeatures | Important Tips | Enhancements 

Message and data rates may apply. Please refer to the Digital Banking Online User Agreement.