A check payment is a mode of payment drawn against deposited funds in a bank account. It orders the bank to pay a specific amount of money on demand to an entity whose name appears on the check. More »

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The law allows consumers to contact their bank and request a stop-payment on a check if the money has not already been moved from the account, states the FDIC. In most states, a written request for stop-payment is honore... More »

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An e-check is basically an electronic version of a bank check. The e-check is based on paper check laws and has the same characteristics as traditional checks, but in electronic form. More »

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You can use electronic checks with PayPal by linking your PayPal account to a bank account of yours and pull funds directly from that bank account for payment. When you send money via an electronic check or eCheck, PayPa... More »

FirstEnergy utility bills can be paid by a variety of methods that include credit or debit card, automatic withdrawal from a bank account, payment through an automated phone service, mailing a check or making an in-perso... More »

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Some payment options for Duke Energy in North Carolina are online payment for paperless billing, automatic withdrawals from a bank account, paying with electronic check and payment with a debit or credit card. Duke Energ... More »

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Online bill payment uses the electronic transfer of funds to pay bills without having to write a check or mail a voucher. Companies may make online payment options available to their customers. Alternatively, a bank or a... More »

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