Credit Card AutoPay

AutoPay makes it easy to set-up regular automatic monthly payments. You can schedule payments to be made on your credit card account for an amount and on a day of the month of your choosing. Using AutoPay to pay a monthly minimum or a full account balance takes the stress out of potentially missing a payment. Any automatic payments you set up will continue each month until you update or cancel.


Accessing AutoPay


The fastest and easiest way to set up AutoPay is to do it online. Start by selecting the Set up AutoPay button at the top of this page. From the Payments tab on the Cardmember servicing site, select the Set up AutoPay button.


You can also navigate to the AutoPay feature on Fidelity.com by going to the Manage cash & cards page and selecting the Manage payments/AutoPay link in the Payments & statements tab.


How to set up AutoPay


If this is your first time using this online payment capability, you'll need to establish an account from which to make your payment. Details on how to add an account can be found in the next section.


After you've established a payment account, follow the instructions to set up AutoPay. You'll be able to select the account your payment will come from (if you have more than one established), as well as the date and amount of the payment. Options for payment amounts are the next minimum payment (as shown on your statement), the full balance (as shown on your statement), or another custom amount. Before submitting your setup request, you'll need to view and accept the AutoPay Terms and Conditions.


To avoid additional fees, you should continue to make your monthly payments until we notify you that setup is complete. AutoPay requests can take up to 4 weeks to process. After setup, your consent to make payments via AutoPay will remain in effect until we receive your cancellation request (see below for cancellation information).


Adding a payment account


When scheduling a payment for the first time, you'll need to establish an account from which to make your payment. You can add or delete other accounts at any time.


To add an account, either use the Set up AutoPay button at the top of this page or go to the Manage cash & cards page on Fidelity.com and select the Manage payments/AutoPay link on the Payments & statements tab. If you already have a payment account established, you'll be brought to the first step of setting up a payment Select the Add or Delete Payment Accounts link. If you haven't yet established a payment account, you'll be brought to a page to start this process.


Start by reading the instructions, then select Next. You'll then be guided through the following steps:


  1. Choose the account type from which to make a payment. The options are:

    Fidelity Investments

    Checking

    Savings

  2. Complete the following required fields:

    Routing Number (prefilled for Fidelity accounts)

    Routing Number Confirmation (prefilled for Fidelity accounts)

    Account Number

    Account Number Confirmation

  3. You can then review and submit your payment instructions.
  4. Click Add Payment Account to add additional from accounts or Payments to continue with a payment submission.

Timing/Due date


To avoid additional fees, you should continue to make your monthly payments until we notify you that the setup is complete. AutoPay requests can take up to 4 weeks to process. After setup, your consent to make payments via AutoPay will remain in effect until we receive your cancellation request (see below for cancellation information).


Editing or canceling AutoPay


To cancel AutoPay, select the Set up AutoPay button at the top of this page. On the payments tab, select the View AutoPay button. You can either select the Edit link to make changes to your auto-payment or select the Delete link to cancel a scheduled auto-payment.


Any cancellation request must be received at least 3 business days prior to the payment date in order to cancel a scheduled AutoPay payment. Once a payment has been canceled, you'll receive confirmation cancellation on your statement.

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