To set up autopay on a Bank of America credit card, log in to your BofA online account and click on the Bill Pay tab, then select “Set Up AutoPay.” Next, choose “Set Up Based on the eBill” to make payments based on the amount of each bill, or “Set Up a Regular Schedule” to make fixed payments at regular intervals (e.g. weekly). Then, choose the account you will pay from, how much to pay, and the date on which you want the payment to be sent. Finally, select “Start Sending Payments.”
You can also set up autopay on a Bank of America credit card through the BofA mobile app. Just log in, go to the Bill Pay section, and tap “Add Autopay.” But in order to be eligible to make automatic payments on your Bank of America credit card, whether online or via the app, you must first be enrolled in electronic billing. To enroll, click “Request eBills” on the Bill Pay tab.
It’s also important to note that if you plan to make automatic payments from a non-BofA bank account, you will have to add its account number and routing number first. You can do this under the Bill Pay tab by clicking “Manage Accounts,” then choosing the “Other Pay From Accounts” tab, clicking “Add a Pay From account you own at another institution,” and filling in the details.
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