How Do I Elect Ebills in My Wells Fargo Account?

More people are turning to eBills to make monthly payments for convenience, and you can elect eBills using your Wells Fargo account. Log into your online banking account, go to the bill payment section and select or add a payee. Enter the payment information, including account number, amount and frequency of payments, save your changes, and then monitor your accounts.

You've decided to streamline your monthly bills by setting up eBills, but how do you elect eBill in your Wells Fargo account? What steps do you need to take? You can find out more about Wells Fargo bill pay services by calling customer support, and below are steps you can take to elect eBills.

Before Getting Started

Before you start eBills, it's important to understand how it works and what you can do with the service. Below is a run-down of how eBills work through Wells Fargo:

  • Wells Fargo eBills work just like paper bills, except all the information is available electronically. You still have the option to print a copy of the bill for your records, but the transactions will all be done online.
  • The frequency of the bill does not change, meaning the payment due dates will remain the same as paper bills.
  • There are no fees or charges for using eBills.
  • You may or may not continue to receive paper bills from the payee after you set up eBills. The payee, not Wells Fargo, determines this.
  • The amount of time between setting up the eBill and when you start receiving the bills online also varies depending on the payee.

Electing eBills

Now that you understand the basics of eBills through Wells Fargo, you are ready to set it up in your account. Follow the steps below:

  1. Log into your Wells Fargo deposit account from your mobile device or computer.
  2. Navigate to the "Bill Pay" homepage.
  3. Go to the "Manage Payee" screen and look for the payee from those vendors currently listed by Wells Fargo, or click "Add Payee."
  4. When you add a payee, you must enter the payee's name, account number, payment due date, frequency of payments (monthly, quarterly or other frequency), and the payment amount.
  5. Choose if you want the payment to be sent automatically or if you wish to manually make the payment each time it is due.
  6. Select the deposit account the funds will come from to pay the bill.
  7. Check the entry and click "Save" to start eBills.
  8. Monitor your account on Wells Fargo and with the payee to make sure the bill is being paid on time and in full each month to avoid any fees or penalties.

Setting up eBills gives you peace of mind knowing you have ready access to your obligations online and the bills are being paid on time. For more information or assistance with eBills, call Wells Fargo customer support.

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