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ACU of Texas Bill Payment allows you to set up your bill payments electronically so they'll take place automatically, up to one year in advance. You can pay anyone you want, from your mortgage payment, to your utility bill and even the neighborhood babysitter.

To sign up for Bill Payment, log into ACU Online Account Access System and click on the "Bill Pay" button.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Bill Payment cost?
There is no monthly fee for using ACU of Texas Bill Payment.

How do I enroll for Bill Payment?
You must have an ACU of Texas share draft/checking account and you must be signed up for ACU Online Account Access.

  1. Sign in to ACU Online Account Access.
  2. Enter in your account number and password.  If you need to have your ACU Online or STARS password reset, please contact us, or call 409-945-4474/281-479-3441.
  3. Click on the "Bill Payment' button."
  4. Click on "Sign up for Bill Payment."

When can I start using Bill Payment?
After enrolling for Bill Payment, you will receive an approval e-mail.  Once your account has been enabled, you will receive a welcome e-mail indicating that you may begin using Bill Payment.

When is Bill Payment available?
You may schedule payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

How are Bill Payment transactions reflected on my checking account?
All Bill Payment transactions are reflected as an ACH debit on the account statement.

Can I use Bill Payment from outside the U.S.?
You may pay bills from outside the U.S. if you are using a compatible browser.  Payments may only be debited from your ACU of Texas checking account and may only be made to payees inside the U.S.

What do payees actually receive?
Electronic payees receive payment information in an electronic format that credits their account.  Non-electronic merchants or individual payees receive a laser-printed paper check sent through the U.S. Postal Service.

Who can be paid using the Bill Payment Service?
Anyone in the fifty United States and territories who can accept a check, with the exception of tax payments (such as federal, state and local), court-directed payments (such as alimony and child support) and any other government related payments.