Bill Pay

Important Reminders:


  • If you use Bill Pay, remember to get your bills scheduled prior to February 24th. You will once again be able to access Bill Pay on February 28th after you've completed your new Online Banking login.


  • Know your balances so you will know what your spending limits are.
  • Plan to have alternate forms of payment available during the downtime, such as cash & credit cards.



  • Complete Online Banking transactions and funds transfers prior to February 24th.
  • Download a recent transaction history on your accounts to assist you in keeping track of your balance during the downtime.
  • Print or save any check images you want to keep for your records.
  • Print or save any historical transaction history you may need for your records.

Paying your bills is about to become even simpler and more convenient.

Starting March 15, 2017 your 1st CCU Online Bill Pay home page will be an account dashboard that allows you to monitor payment activity at a glance. From your dashboard you'll be able to view all payees, quickly add a new payee, and make a payment with one click.

Pay your bills online anytime, anywhere with our convenient online Bill Pay service 

  • Convenience: No checks to write, no envelopes to stuff, no stamps to buy, no trips to the post office
  • Send payments to anyone, anywhere in the USA with a click of the mouse
  • Schedule payments in advance; one-time payments, automatic payments, or recurring payments
  • Payments deducted from your 1st CCU account
  • Person-to-person, Gift, and Donation payments available
  • Account-to-account transfers

Sign up for Bill Pay within Online Banking by clicking on the word Bill Pay in Online Banking

  • You must have a Share Draft account
  • Your accounts must be in good standing*
  • You must read and agree to the Terms and Conditions

*The funds need to be available in your account on the scheduled Process Date which is 5-7 business days prior to each bill's actual Due Date. If the funds are not available on the process date, you will incur NSF Fees. In addition, the payment will be cancelled, which may result in you receiving late fees from the payee.