Online Bill Pay

If you want to save time and money, then Farmers State Bank Bill Pay is the way to go. Online Bill Pay is available anytime of the day or night to make one-time payments or set up recurring automatic payments with just a few clicks, and it's available on both Online Banking and our FSB Mobile Banking App.

Wow - paying bills has never been easier!  For our Kasasa Account holders, FSB Bill Pay service is free.  For all other accountholders, it's $5.95 per month. 

If you'd like to take advantage of our convenient Online Bill Pay service, click here to learn how to get signed up!

Frequently Asked Questions about FSB Bill Pay: 


Making Payments:


Q: How does the Online BillPay service work?

A: Our Online bill pay service offered through Online Banking allows you to set up payments to just about anyone. You tell us the person or company you want to make a payment to, and we will withdraw the money from your account and send the payment to the payee. You may schedule one-time, occasional, or recurring payments to be paid right away or a date in the future.

Q: Who can use the Online Bill pay service?

A: Anyone who has access to a transaction account in Online Banking is eligible to use the Online bill pay service once they have been authorized to do so by our financial institution. To sign up for our Online bill pay service, select the "bill pay" option for the account(s) you wish to make payments from when you enroll for Online Banking. If you are already enrolled in Online Banking, just contact our financial institution using our Online Banking secure email service and let us know which account(s) you wish to make payments from.

Q: How long will it take to get registered for Online bill pay?

A: If you are already enrolled in Online Banking, it will usually take one or two business days while we verify your account.

Making Payments

Q: How are payments made?

A: When scheduling your payment, you tell us the payment amount and the due date of the payment for the payee. Payments must be scheduled at least four business days in advance of the payment due date. The payment is sent to the payee either by check or is sent to the payee electronically to insure the payee receives the payment on the due date. The payment amount is scheduled to be deducted from your account on the payment due date.

Q: Who can I pay with this service?

A: You can pay virtually anyone you want using our Online bill pay service, as long as they have a valid U.S. mailing address.

Q: When I add a new payee, do I have to wait before I can make the first payment?

A: No. When you add a payee to the Online Banking payee database, the payee is immediately available to schedule a payment, however you must schedule your payment at least four business days before the scheduled payment due date.

Q: How far in advance should I schedule payments?

A: To insure your payments are received by the payee by the payment due date, you must schedule your payments at least four business days before the payment due date. If your payment due date is less than four business days away when scheduling your payment, you may still make your payment using the service, but you will be responsible for any late fees that may be assessed by the payee if not received by the payment due date.

Q: When are payments processed?

A: Payments are processed each business day. Any payments scheduled on a non-business day (Saturday, Sunday, and federal holidays) will be issued the prior business day.

Q: What if the payee does not receive my payment? Who pays any late fees?

A: Our Online Bill pay service will be responsible for any late payment related charges up to $50.00 should a payment post after its due date, as long as the payment was scheduled at least 4 business days before the payment due date.

Q: How does the E-Bill feature work?

A: Payees can send bills to you electronically to the Online Bill Pay service. You will be advised if a payee can send e-bills when you add the payee to your payee list. With e-bills, you can opt out to receive email notification when your bill is available online. You can also use the Auto-Pay feature to automatically pay your e-bills - you can even set a maximum amount limit.


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