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'How do I make a bill payment?'

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.

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