Bridgeview Bank Online Bill Pay Contest:
This offer applies to new Bridgeview Online Bill Pay accounts only. To automatically enter to win the first, second or third prize, a minimum of three (3) bill payments must be made between January 7, 2013 and March 31, 2013 using Bridgeview Bank’s Online Bill Payment system. The first three (3) payments will act as one entry. A bill payment qualifies as part of an eligible entry when funds for the payment have been transferred from your Bridgeview Bank Account. Only one entry is allowed per person. Bill payments made to yourself or other family members are not eligible. Bill payments scheduled after March 31, 2013 do not qualify. Entrants need not be present to win, and winners will be notified on or about May 15, 2013.**
Online Bill Pay Benefits:
Both our Personal and Business Online Banking services feature convenient and easy-to-use bill payment options that enable you to pay many of your bills and recurring expenses online. In addition to saving valuable time, and the headaches that come with paying monthly bills, you’ll have access to an electronic history of your payments, letting you know what bills you paid, when you paid them, and for how much.
Security. Online bill pay is conducted over securely-encrypted websites so your transactions are safe. Other online bill paying security includes requiring password usage and Personal Identification Numbers to help protect against identify theft.
Check Status. You can track the payment status of your bills throughout the month and find out when your checks have been cashed. You can also review your accounts online, along with their balances. This can aid in your personal financial management and budget planning.
Convenience. Online bill paying allows you to pay your bills from anywhere in the world. You can bank anytime of the day, which adds convenience and helps make your life easier.
Environmentally Friendly. With online bill-pay, you will be helping the environment by lowering your usage of paper. In addition, you won’t need to shred your paper bills which helps reduce clutter.
Budget Oriented. Online bill paying allows you to save money on postage, envelopes and check printing expenses.
Payment Scheduling. Online bill paying allows you to schedule your payments when due, or at any date you choose. This helps avoid late fees and payments which may affect your credit rating. Scheduling payments beforehand aids travelers who may otherwise forget about bill due dates.
How to Enroll for Bridgeview Online Bill Pay:
- You must be a current Bridgeview Online Banking user with a User Name and Password.
- Log-in to your Online Bank Account.
- Click the “Make payments” link in the left navigation bar.
- Complete online enrollment form by following the instructions provided during the enrollment process.
- If you need assistance enrolling please contact a Customer Care Representative at 800-794-2070.
Online Bill Pay Resources:
Use our secure network to enroll for Personal Online Banking and Bill Pay
Log in to Personal Online Banking
View our Personal Online Banking Demo
Online Bill Pay Contest Disclosures and Official Rules:
* Online bill payment service is offered free of charge with eligible Personal and Business Checking Accounts only.
** Click here for complete Customer Online Bill Payment Contest Award Rules and Regulations in a PDF format.
There will be one (1) first prize winner, one (1) second prize winner, and one (1) third prize winner. Each winner will be randomly chosen from all eligible entries received between January 7, 2013 and March 31, 2013. The prizes are as follows: First Prize: One-time payment of up to $500.00 worth of a single bill, Second Prize: One-time payment of up to $300.00 worth of a single bill, Third Prize: One-time payment of up to $200.00 worth of a single bill. All winners must be a U.S. resident at least 18 years of age.
No purchase or Bank transaction is necessary to enter or win the sweepstakes. Odds of winning are dependent on the number of eligible entries received. Promotion subject to all federal, state and local regulations. Void where prohibited by law.