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Pay bills, the babysitter and more – directly from the First Mobile app!

Learn how to Pay bills from the First Mobile app!

Before your calendar fills up this summer, consider spending a few minutes adding payees and setting up payments in the First Mobile app. You can even schedule payments ahead of time. You'll thank us later! You must be enrolled in Online Banking in order to utilize Bill Pay and access your accounts via the Online Banking portal and First Mobile app. Not enrolled? No problem, enroll now by filling out the form on our website. Now, let's get started!

How to add a payee

1. Sign in to the First Mobile app and select the menu icon in the top left corner.




2. Select "Pay Bills" from the drop down menu. 



3. With the "Payee" box highlighted in white, select the add payee icon in the top right corner of your screen.

Next, you will be prompted to select one of two payee options, person or business. For demonstration purposes, we have selected to pay a person.



4. Select a payment method. 

Choose from three options: pay by check, by email or directly if you have your payee's account and routing numbers. In this demonstration we are paying a person directly as seen below.



5. Add payee information to ensure payment delivery.


Be sure to fill out the following required fields: name, phone number, address, city, state, zip, payee's bank routing number and account number. Click submit at the bottom right of the screen.


Your new payee will appear as seen on the screen as seen below.



How to make a payment

1. With the "activity" box highlighted in white, select the add payment icon in the top right corner of your screen.



2. Include payment details then click submit.



You just competed your first person to person payment!


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