How Do I Use epostTM?

If you currently receive your bills via regular mail, why not switch to epost and have them delivered electronically instead? With epost you can add, view, pay and manage your bills and financial documents through or your online banking web site for free.

Add Mailers
Add Mailers

Mailers are the companies and organizations, which send you 'Mailpieces' - bills, pay stubs, tax receipts, and other financial documents to your epost boxTM.

When you add Mailers to your epost box you are choosing to receive your exisiting paper mail in an electronic form. There are almost 100 Mailers and over 200 documents to choose from, so the more Mailers you add, the easier it is to consolidate and manage your bills.

Available Mailers on epost include:

  • Major Bank credit card companies
  • Major retailers
  • Utility companies
  • Telecom companies
  • Payroll Companies

See our list of Mailers now.

To add Mailers you need to:

  • Fill out a registration form for each Mailer, including your Account number (if applicable) and other relevant information that may be required.
  • Once you've added all your Mailers, your bills will arrive in your epost box at the start of the next billing cycle.
  • Then enjoy the freedom of a clutter-free desk!

epost is always working to get more and more Mailers onboard. Our goal is to make it easier for you to conveniently pay all of your bills online.

If there is a company that's not currently on our Mailers list that you'd like to receive bills from, simply contact us and let us know. And we'll take it from there.

Or for more information on adding Mailers watch our Demo now.

Ready to sign up? To get started on epost, you:

Complete the online form in order to register your epost account.

You will be asked to select a username and password.

Once you have signed up for your epost account, you will be directed to your epost box where you can begin to add Mailers. These are the companies you can receive your bills from, electronically.

Once your Mailers have been added and your next billing cycle takes effect, you'll receive your bills and documents online at or through the epost bill presentment service section of your online banking web site.