Earn Cash When You Choose eBill Delivery

May 8th, 2017

eBill Delivery

If misplacing a paper bill or statement has caused you to be late with a payment — or, worse, caused you to forget to pay — a solution awaits.

With Zions Bank’s eBill, you can receive an electronic version of a bill or statement directly in the Online Bill Pay section of your Online Banking account. From May 8 through June 30, 2017, Zions Bank will deposit $5.00 in your account for each new eBill that you activate and pay through Zions Bank Online Bill Pay*.

What is an eBill? An eBill is an electronic version of a bill or statement. The eBill typically contains the same info as a paper bill or statement. You can receive, view, and pay eBills in Online Bill Pay. When your eBill arrives, it appears in the Payment Center. You control the date and amount of your payment.

How do I sign up to receive eBills? eBills are available from hundreds of companies nationwide. When you add a company that offers eBills in the Payment Center, you enter the required information to request eBills, and we send your request to the company. When you complete the request for one company, you can sign up for eBills from other companies who offer them. You can also set up AutoPay for some eBills.

To add an eBill for a company you’re already paying, look for the eBill options in the Payment Center.

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More information about Zions Bank Bill Pay and eBills is available on our website.

*A one-time, nontransferable credit of $5 will be credited to your online banking account for each activated and paid eBill, for a maximum of $15. Qualifiers must activate and pay a new eBill for the first time through Zions Bank Online Banking between May 8, 2017, and June 30, 2017. There is a maximum dollar amount of $15 per client under this campaign, after which time Zions Bank may close this campaign. Your Zions Bank account must be in good standing. Business accounts are excluded. All tax liabilities, if any, associated with the benefits are the responsibility of the recipient, and the recipient may receive an IRS tax reporting statement that includes the approximate retail value of the benefits. Employees of Fiserv, Inc. and of Zions Bank and their respective parent and affiliate companies, as well as board members and the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings and children) and household members of each such employee are not eligible. Rules are subject to change without notice.

 

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