Although having a bank account become inactive is a rare occurrence, many banking customers experience it.
Frequently, a relative passes away and leaves behind a bank account without the heir being aware of it.
Nobody wants to see their money disappear, regardless of the reason an account becomes inactive.
Although the money technically still belongs to the customer, returning it to the state (where inactive account balances are sent) is a hassle.
An inactive bank account is transferred to the state treasury, where the owner must go to retrieve their funds, if service fees haven’t already depleted the balance.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Bill Pay & eBills FAQs
Bill Pay is an online service that allows you to pay your bills through Bank of America’s Online Banking. You can set up one-time payments, schedule future
Can “Service Inactivation for Bills and Pay” At BOfA can be fixed? : r
Can "Service Inactivation for Bills and Pay" At BOfA can be fixed?
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Bill Pay is seen as a completely different entity, so you’d have to call that specific department at 877-800-1727. Usually this message is
How do I activate my Bank of America bill pay?
- Make sure you have already signed up for Online Banking’s Bill Pay.
- Launch the Mobile Banking application, log in, and choose Bill Pay.
- Select Add Pay To Accounts to create a new bill payment setup.
- Enter the business or person’s name here, or pick one from the list of businesses
Does Bank of America close inactive accounts?
You might get a letter from us informing you that, in accordance with escheat laws, your account may be turned over to the state if you haven’t accessed it for a long time (typically three years or more).
How long does Bank of America bill pay take?
Bill Pay payments can take up to two business days to appear in your account balance. Schedule payments at least five business days before the due date, according to Bank of America.
What does bill pay hold mean Bank of America?
The hold gives us (and the bank disbursing the funds) time to verify the check, which could save you from possible fees if a deposited check is returned as unpaid. However, keep in mind that even after funds have been made available to you, a check could still be returned as unpaid.