- When you login to e-banking, you see an overview of the new e-Bills that have arrived.
Tip: Many banks send e-mail notifications of newly incoming e-Bills.
- The payment process is as follows: Click on the e-Bill you wish to pay. Your e-Bill already contains all relevant payment data, such as account number of the company, invoice amount and reference number. You do not have to type anything in anymore. Just select the desired account to be debited, and if necessary you can adjust the invoice payment amount and debiting date. Then release the e-Bill for payment with a single click. You can reject an e-Bill with a mouse click if anything is incorrect. The invoicing party will be informed of the rejection.
Tip: Many banks provide a permanent release option for e-Bill payment to make paying e-Bills even easier.
- You can download e-Bills as a PDF file via a secure link in e-banking to save them on your computer or print out
- Many banks also offer e-banking apps for processing e-Bills.
- The list of companies that offer e-Bills is constantly growing.
Tip: Check this list periodically to see if any new e-billers of interest to you have been added. And pay attention to special notifications in e-banking when paying a paper invoice. You will be notified when the invoicer starts offering e-Bills.