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Day Air Bill Pay.

Take the pain out of paying your bills, with secure online Bill Pay.

No more licking envelopes or rushing out to buy stamps. The best part about Day Air Bill Pay is once you’ve entered whom to pay bills to, you’ll never have to enter that information again.

Getting started is easy. Just log in to Day Air Online Banking, hover over the “Pay Bills” tab and click “enroll.” Then follow the self-guided instruction to complete the process.

Not enrolled in Online Banking? Click the button below.

Features

Full integration with Day Air Online Banking

Day Air Bill Pay features complete integration with Day Air Online Banking in an intuitive, user-friendly experience.

Full mobile functionality

Day Air Bill Pay also integrates seamlessy with the Day Air App, so you’ll have access anywhere, anytime.

Email alerts

Configure email alerts within Day Air Bill Pay so you can get notified when and how you want regarding upcoming and past bills.

Real-time access to account balances

Need to check a balance? When you use Day Air Bill Pay you’ll get real-time access to check your account balance.

Insufficient funds reminders

Setup reminders so you’ll know when you don’t have enough in an account to cover an upcoming bill. 

Person-to-person payments

Easily pay your friends and family using Pay Anyone within the Day Air App.

How-to use Day Air Bill Pay Videos

How to Enroll

Setting up an eBill

Cancelling a Person-to-Person Payment

Adding a Payee

Making a Person-to-Person Payment

How to Pay a Bill

Accepting a Person-to-Person Payment

Register for Online Banking

Other Ways to Register for Online Banking:

Call our member service center at (937) 643-2160 during regular business hours.

Ask to be registered for Online Banking while visiting a branch location.

Tips for First Time Users

The first time you log into your accounts in online banking, you’ll need to enter your account number and temporary password.  You’ll be required to change that to a permanent password in order to finish logging in the first time. Also make sure to change your username to something other than your account number for security.