Most major banks allow customers to pay their credit card bill online. Bank of America, Chase and PNC Bank all allow customers to pay their credit card bill online, according to their websites. Those interested in online card payments should check specific credit companies to confirm this feature is available.
Chase allows for credit card bill payment through its Online Bill Pay system. Chase requires customers to log in to their Chase account, set up payees through the Payments & Transfers tab underneath the Pay Bills tab, and then schedule and verify the payments. Payments are typically delivered electronically within one or two days, and payments to Chase payees can be made within a day if the payment is scheduled before the Online Bill Pay cut-off time, explains Chase.
PNC Bank allows for credit card bill payment through PNC Online Banking and Virtual Wallet. Most payments are made the next day, and payments may be scheduled up to a year in advance. Payments may be updated or canceled at any point before they are delivered, states PNC Bank.
Bank of America credit card bills are paid off via Bank of America's Online Bill Pay system. Funds may be transferred from a Bank of America checking account, money market account or home equity line of credit, notes Bank of America. Most bills are paid the next day, and there no extra fees associated with Online Bill Pay.
Other credit card companies may also offer online payments, such as Discover, American Express and Credit One Bank. These companies feature a variety of credit cards that include rewards. For example, American Express offers credit cards with Delta SkyMiles, Costco rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest rewards. Options from Bank of America include the BankAmericard with Travel Rewards and one with Cash Rewards.