You can link your bank account to make a Capital One Quicksilver payment. To do so, you must have a Quicksilver online account. Log in to your Quicksilver account and from the profile picture icon, click "Settings" and scroll down to "External Accounts." Select the "Add External Account" link. Enter your bank account’s routing number and account number. Select the type of account (checking or savings) and click the "Add" button.
Once added, Capital One will make two small deposits (less than $1 each) into the new account within 3 business days. When you see the deposits in your bank account, log back into your Quicksilver account and repeat the steps to access the External Accounts page. Select "Verify account to finish setting up transfers," and enter the deposit amounts. Once the bank account is verified, it is immediately available to transfer funds for payment.
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