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How to Pay Off Credit Card Debts | Huntington Bank

This allows you to make one payment instead of juggling multiple accounts and payments. If you own a home, you may want to use our Home Equity Loan Calculator to see if this option could save you money. You should examine the terms and conditions of the consolidation loan to make sure that your interest savings are not outweighed by any fees. …

Early Pay: Get Paid Two Days Early

It is at our discretion to identify which recurring direct deposits are eligible for Early Pay and it may take up to 90 days to identify those deposits that qualify. We cannot guarantee that you will receive the Early Pay service due to unanticipated circumstances. Early Pay is automatic and there is no fee. …

Huntington Launches Early Pay Giving Customers Early Access to Paychecks at No Extra Cost

Getting paid early is now possible with Huntington’s (Nasdaq: HBAN) newest product, Early Pay. Early Pay gives Huntington customers with qualifying direct deposits access to their paychecks and other benefits up to two days early, at no additional cost. This is the latest product linked to Huntington’s Fair Play Banking philosophy, which the bank launched more than a decade ago and includes Asterisk-Free Checking, a checking account with no minimum balance requirement and no monthly maintenance fee. …

Paying Off Debt vs Saving: Which is Better?

Should You Pay Off Your Debts or Save Money First? Learn if it's better to pay off your debt or save money. Understand the benefits and considerations of each, when one should be prioritized, and tips for doing both at the same time. At Huntington, we know paying off debt and putting money into a savings account are each important. …

Benefits of Investing Early

Even small investments now can pay off big later. Big goals require big savings, but you can get there with modest monthly contributions, if you get started now. The most important lesson about investing is that your money needs time to ride through the ups and downs of the markets to come out ahead in the long run. …

How to Use Apple Pay

So even if your phone is lost or stolen, only you can authorize payments. Plus, when you do make a purchase, credit or debit numbers are not shared with merchants. Only information you choose to share with the merchant to fulfill your order – such as name, shipping address, billing address – are sent to the merchant. …

Do lower-cost college options pay off?

Do lower-cost college options pay off? Alternatives to a four-year education may be right for you. This past fall, projected figures predicted that approximately 3.7 million students between the ages of 18 and 19—along with 7.9 million over the age of 25—would venture off to college, a time-honored route to the American dream. …

How to Set Up Apple Pay

Apple Pay™ and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc. We are here to help. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know. We’re ready to help in person, online or on the phone. Call Us. To speak to a customer service representative, call (800) 480-2265. …

Apple Pay

To start using Apple Pay, read our simple instructions on how to set up Apple Pay. Can I use Apple Pay online? There are two ways to use Apple Pay online. If you are using an Apple device, there are several apps where you can use Apple Pay (learn more about who accepts Apple Pay). Many websites also accept Apple Pay. …

Bill Pay: Pay Bills Online Free

Bill Pay from Huntington. Free and Easy. Pay your bills digitally with Huntington. It’s simple. You tell us how much the payment should be and when to send–and we’ll handle it all for you. For free. Send payments straight from your phone or computer. Set up your payees just once. Then use the recurring payment option for regular bills (like your car or mortgage), or pay your bills one-at-a-time. …

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Use our Huntington ATMs and Branches locator to find the location closest to you. Our locator allows you to view maps and get directions. It also gives you a detailed listing of branch hours and what services are available at each location.

You can count on Huntington for flexible and affordable loan solutions, whether you're looking to make a big purchase like a home or a car, pay for home improvements, finance a college education, or consolidate high interest loans. We pride ourselves on offering the competitive interest rates and reasonable terms.

To see a list of our current lending products and determine which option is right for you, visit our Loans and Lines of Credit page.

If you prefer to speak with a personal banker about your loan options, you can always visit your local Huntington branch or contact us at 1-800-480-BANK (2265).

From a Huntington Account
To pay your Huntington Auto Loan, Credit Card, Mortgage, Personal Credit Line or Personal Loan from another Huntington account, visit the My Accounts - Overview page and click the Pay Now button next to the account you want to pay.

From a non-Huntington Account
To pay your auto loan, personal credit line or personal loan from an account at another bank, visit the Transfers - Transfer Funds page and click Make a Payment From an Account at Another Bank.

To pay your credit card from an account at another bank, visit the My Accounts - Detail page, select your credit card account from the drop-down menu and click the View Card Details button. Then select Pay Bill and, if needed, Add a Payment Account.

To pay your mortgage from an account at another bank, visit the My Accounts - Overview page and click Pay Now.

We offer several ways to make a payment to your Huntington Auto Loan.

  1. Log in at Huntington.com or the Huntington mobile app, select your auto loan account and click “make a payment”
  2. Mail your payment to Huntington Installment Loans / P.O. Box 182519 / Columbus, OH / 43218
  3. Log in at huntington.com/payment to make a payment online.

Visit your local Huntington branch.

To make a one-time payment log into online banking and got to the Payments drop-down > Add Payee. This will allow you to set up a new payee. Once this step is complete, you will be able to make a payment. To make the payment, go to the Payments drop-down > Pay Bills and select the account from which you would like your payment to be paid. This can be done using the Pay From drop-down menu. Enter the payment amount next to the existing payee, review the information, and confirm the payment.

One-time payments can be scheduled up to one year in advance.

Recurring payments can be scheduled for up to several years. To make a recurring payment, select Payments > Pay Bills. Select the account from which you would like your payment to be paid from, then click to expand the payee you want to pay. Then click Set up recurring payment. Enter payment amount, the frequency at which you want payments to be made, and save your changes. At this time, recurring payments cannot be set up in the Huntington Mobile app. If a recurring payment date falls on a weekend or holiday, your payment will be sent on the next business day.

To see a list of future payments, go to the Payments drop-down > Scheduled Payments. You can only edit or cancel the next individual payment or the series of payments on the Edit Payees page. You can also use the Huntington Mobile app to cancel the next individual payment.

Credit card accounts cannot be used for Bill Pay payments.

Note: a payee's payment method (i.e. U.S. mail or electronic) is determined automatically by what the payee is capable of receiving. Be sure to enter the payee’s name and account number as shown on your statement to ensure the best payment method options. Huntington Bill Pay only sends payments within the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

For more information, see the Huntington Online Services Agreement.

Opening an account at Huntington is easy and takes a few clicks online. Visit the Apply Online page and select an account type. You can also click on details to learn more about the account that best fits your needs.

If you prefer to open your account in person, just stop by your local Huntington branch to meet with a personal banker. Find your nearest Branch.

If you have questions at any time, we're always here to help. Just call us at 1-800-480-BANK (2265).

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