Bill Pay Just Got Easier and More Secure!

It's Easy!

We are pleased to inform you AmeriCU's Bill Pay service is now even easier to use and it's more secure! We've recently made some major changes to our BillPay Services. For more information about the recent changes to BillPay, please click here!

AmeriCU's Bill Pay is part of our online banking service which means you don't need a separate user ID and password to access BillPay. Instead, just use your online banking UserID and password to log into our online banking service. It's easy, go to and click on the "Online Banking Login" link and then just enter the information required. To access BillPay click on "Pay Bills" and follow the instructions on screen.

More Secure than Ever!

This change is part of our efforts to enhance the security that is protecting your identity, money, accounts and online transactions with state-of-the-art multifactor authentication capabilities. Predators often commit fraud and identity theft by exploiting single-factor authentication which uses one piece of information - such as a password - to validate identity. In response, regulators are requiring all financial institutions to implement multifactor authentication which requires multiple pieces of information to validate identity.

Business as Usual ... or Unusual

Our multifactor authentication solution will automatically monitor your accounts for activity that is "unusual" based on your history with our institution. In the rare event that unusual activity is detected, you will be automatically asked to verify your identity by answering pre-selected security or challenge questions that only you should know the answers.

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