Automated Bill Payment

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Automated Bill Payment

Your Shawnee Utility is offering you a more convenient way to pay your bills

It's called Automated Bill Payment.

ABPFormABP FormAutomated Bill Payment (ABP) allows you to pay your bills automatically by charging them to your checking account.

Automated Bill Payment is the Most Convenient, Dependable, Least Expensive way to pay your monthly bills!.

  • You save time by not having to write checks for your bills
  • You save money on postage and bill paying supplies
  • You no longer have to worry about your payments being lost, or about not being able to pay your bills while you are out of town on business or vacation!

Enrollment is Easy
-Simply complete an authorization form and you can stop writing checks for your monthly bills.

Automatic Bill Payment Enrollment Form

How ABP works
You will still see your bills before they are paid. The City will send you a statement by mail before you bill is due. You will know the exact amount and the exact date your payment will be deducted from your account.

If you have questions regarding your bill, you will have ample time to call the City and resolve your concerns.

If the bill is correct, the amount specified will be deducted from your account on the date specified... no need to write a check or spend money on postage.

Payment information will be shown on your monthly bank statement.

Terms and Conditions of Authorization
  1) Authorization:
Review the Authorization Agreement or call the City of details. Complete the appropriate Authorization Agreement for the bill payment program. Each payment shall be the same as if it were an instrument personally signed by you. Note: To ensure accurate account information, please enclose a voided check with each authorization.

 2) Revocation:
This authority is to remain in effect until revoked by either the customer, City of financial institution. Customer must notify the appropriate City to discontinue automated payment service.

 3) Stop Payment:
You have the right to stop payment of a charge by notifying you financial institution up to three (3) business days prior to the charging of your account.