Use a new payment method, choose a different stored payment method, or update a debit or credit card expiration date.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I add a new payment method for AutoPay?
How do I change to a different stored payment method for AutoPay?
How do I update the expiration date on my current card for AutoPay?
When your AutoPay update takes effect
If the payment method you choose is the same payment type as before, the update takes effect immediately. Example: You’re using a checking account and changing to a different checking account.
If the payment method you choose is a different payment type, the change may take up to two business days. Until the change is complete, we’ll make automatic payments using your previous card or bank account. Example: You’re using a debit card and changing to a checking account.
While you can’t change the scheduled AutoPay date, you can pause a scheduled AutoPay payment for the current month and make a one-time payment online. You’ll have to pay a late fee for any bills you don’t pay in full by the due date.