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SOURCE: give me the billing address so I can put it in my bill pay

fixya cannot do that
the bpay or billing information is on the bill sent to you and is found in the payment methods area of the account

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Give me the billing address so I can put it in my bill pay


fixya cannot do that
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Can't quite understand what you are asking, but it may be appropriate for you to contact the service provider.

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How do I pay mortgage payment on line


Note: The names of the fields and controls on your bank's website may not be the same as the ones I've used. If you can't find the exact name, look for something similar

Set up where your payments will go.
  1. Make sure you have the name of your mortgage company and your account number.
  2. Go to your bank's online banking website.
  3. Open the Pay Bills page
  4. Open the Payees page
  5. Select Add a New Payee
  6. Look on the Payee List for the mortgage company
  7. If you find it, select it and enter your account number. If you don't find it, go to your bank branch and ask for help.
Make a payment
  1. Go to your bank's online banking website
  2. Open the Pay Bills page
  3. Select Pay a Bill
  4. Select the mortgage company from your list of payees
  5. Enter the payment amount
  6. Enter the date the payment is to be made. If you're making the payment now, you can probably leave the date blank.
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  8. Click the Confirm Payment button.

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How do I log in to pay bills in my checking account


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for payment---To Pay Your Bill By Mail:
Please send your check or money order (we do not accept cash) to:
PayPal Credit
PO Box 105658
Atlanta, GA 30348-5658
Please be sure to include your account number!
for general mail
Mailing Address:
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PO Box 5138
Timonium, MD 21094

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I want to send money?


Transfer Money Using PayPal

PayPal provides a safe, secure way to transfer money online.
All you need is the recipient's email address or cell phone number.
With that, you can be making purchases online or sending money to family or friends for holidays or special events.
The service is free for both parties in the United States when using their PayPal balance or bank account.

Set up an account at the PayPal website (paypal.com).
All you need is an email address.
The person to whom you are sending the money must also have a PayPal account to receive the funds.
Sign into your PayPal account and decide how you want to send the money.
If you already have a PayPal account, you may have a balance from which you can withdraw.
If not, click the "My Account" tab, hover over "Profile" and add your bank account or credit card if you haven't done so already.


Click the "Send Money" tab once you have input your information.
Place the recipient's email address or cellphone number in the first input box and how much you want to transfer in the second.
Choose the currency you are using and click the appropriate radio button for the type of purchase it is. Click "Continue."

Choose your payment method on the Review Your Payment page.
Scroll down to Payment Method and click "Change."
Enter a personal message if you want and then click "Send Money."
Your transaction is complete.


https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_registration-run


Send Money Online

There are many ways to send your money online.
Today many companies accept your bill payments, as well as sending your refunds through online companies that handle only online transactions.
This can be an easy task once you know where to look.
Navigate and click on your Internet Service Provider to begin the online experience.
In the search bar at the top, type in the website where you are going to pay your bill.
Sign in to your account with your user name and password.
Once on the new page, find and click on the Pay My Bill link.
This will open another window where you can complete your bank or credit card information to complete your bill payment process.
Keep the receipt that is sent to your email address as proof of payment for future reference.
If you need to send money to an individual person, there are many companies to choose from that offer money services online.
In this example, Paypal is the provider.
See Below for the link to set up an account.
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_registration-run
Log in to the Paypal website with the email address and password you signed up with.
Once on the site, click on "Send Money "in the bar at the top of the page.
Type in the person's name or phone number in the first space available on the new page.
This will track their Paypal account, so your money will be deposited there.
If you have sent money to this person before, there is a drop down menu that will allow you to choose this person's name from your saved list.

Click the bubble to the left of the reason you are sending the money.
The options are "Service," "Goods," "Ebay item" and "Cash Advance."
Once you choose this, go to the next blank and fill in the amount you are sending in American Dollars.
Once you click on "Send Money" at the bottom of the screen, your money has been sent.
You will get an email detailing your transaction for future reference.


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I wish to sign up for billing on line


Paying your bills online can save you time and save money on envelopes and stamps.
Once you complete the sign-up process for online bill pay you can set your bills to be paid automatically.
Online bill pay can also help ensure your bills are on time even when you leave them until the last minute.
Some banks charge a fee for online bill pay so if you are planning on paying most of your bills this way, consider opening an account that offers free online bill pay.

Log into your bank's online banking website.
If you have not registered for online banking you may have to contact your bank during business hours to register.
Locate the online banking link on the website.
Read your bank's online bill pay policies and fee disclosure that should be displayed once you click the online bill-pay link.
You must agree to these policies and fee disclosure before completing registration for online bill pay.


Click the add payment or new payment link to set up your first online bill payment.
Enter any information requested by your bank.
Your bank will normally ask for the name of the creditor or utility provider, address and the normal amount of payment.
You may also be asked for the due date for each month.
If the due date is not the same each month you should set the due date for the earliest possible.

Click the save or accept button. Repeat the process for each of your bills you wish to pay online.
Online Bill Pay
http://www.nationwide.com/free-online-bill-pay.jsp

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Pay bill by credit card


Im not sure which country you live and the banking system regulations
you might be better of paying bills through a direct debit to avoid cash price penalties which banks charge for credit card payments
but to answer your question you should be able to pay bills by your credit card as long as you have a good credit rating (you might not need a rating at all)
hope this helps

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