3rd party bill pay


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John

My bank offers free bill pay which I have signed up for.
According to Money Help on the web, I can integrate this
with my Money 2004 premium edition. See below.


Set up bill payment service in Money
Once you have established your MSN Bill Pay account, or if
you have already been using MSN Bill Pay, you need to tell
Money how to access it. Also, if you have online bill
payment with another financial institution, you can enter
that information here:

On the Accounts & Bills menu, click Bills & Deposits List.
Under Common Tasks in the left pane, click Set up bill pay
services.
Under Third Party service providers, click Set up
electronic bill pay service.
At the Set up electronic bill pay service screen, select
your bill payment service provider and click Next.
Enter your user name and password for the bill payment
service, and then click Finish.


There is no such menu selection for setting up a third
party bill pay service. Have I missed something?

Thank you for your help

John
 
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jane

switch to auto payment. i have used auto payment for 20
years now with electric-phone-car-creditcard-mortagage-
investments. as much as i can....new husband does not
like it but he's getting used to all the free time.
i just dont like sitting down to pay bills. time wasted.
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JimR

If your bank supports billpay through money then you can
got online setup and have MSM reconnect to your bank once
setup with them, and that should do it. Beware though, I
tried NetBank which both Microsoft and NetBank said were
compatible and later after many calls to NetBank found
that NetBank only allows for billpay if you use their web
page. Needless to say I was very displeased.

Hope this helps,

JimR
 

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