[MUSIC PLAYING] If you're looking for a convenient and secure way to make sure your bills are paid on time every time, you'll find it here with LGFCU's Online Bill Pay. Paying bills online means no more searching for a stamp every month and no more entering your account number into third-party websites.
To enroll in Bill Pay, visit www.lgfcu.org and log in to Member Connect with your username and password. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it by clicking the Forgot Password link and following the prompts. If you still need help, call the contact center at 888-732-8562.
To get started, you'll first need to enroll in the service with your LGFCU checking account, and then set up your payees. After logging in, begin by clicking on the Bill Pay tab from the Account Summary page. Next, read the statement provided on the Enroll in Bill Pay service. If you agree with the terms, click the Accept the Terms button.
Now it's time to add your payees. Click OK. From the Manage Payees screen, click the Add a New Payee link. Now add your payee contact information by filling in the blanks. You can also select from the list of popular payees below to automatically populate your payee name properly. You'll still need to add in the zip code and account number. Then hit Next.
If your payee is not found in the system or listed below, you may need to add their full contact information. You can do that on the next screen. Once you have finished adding your payee information, your enrollment in Bill Pay is complete. In the meantime, if you need additional help with enrolling in Online Bill Pay or if you have questions about your account, call the contact center at 888-732-8562.
LGFCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an equal housing opportunity lender.
The situations described in this video are for informational purposes only and meant to provide examples of the products and services LGFCU offers to its members, which may be subject to approval. Contact a financial advisor or legal or tax professional for additional guidance.
LGFCU is an equal housing opportunity lender and federally insured by NCUA.