What payments or bills can I pay?
One time payments can be made for varying amounts or to any company or beneficiary that provides the required transfer information Any bill you pay on a monthly or quarterly basis could be considered recurring. Examples are rent, automobile insurance, cable TV, etc.
How do Recurring Payment Orders Work?
After you fill out the recurring Payment Order Authorization Form (available online and at any branch in Germany), your information is processed and your recurring bills are then paid automatically. You may choose to pay them monthly, quarterly, biweekly or weekly.
Am I Eligible?
Any member can use the International Bill Pay Service, but the online, mobile and recurring payment submission options are only available to members with checking accounts. Members without checking accounts must submit their payment requests manually at a local branch office or by contacting Service Credit Union directly*.
*further member verification may be requested.
No sign up is required. If you are a current member with a checking account simply log on to our Online Banking page, click Bill Pay and choose the International Bill Pay option.
Is there a limit to how much I can send?
Funds up to a maximum of EUR 12,500.00 (or the equivalent in other currency) can be transferred in a single payment online. There is no limit to the number of payments.
What Does it Cost?
You will only pay a $1.00 fee per online Bill Pay transaction or a $2.00 fee per in-branch transaction, avoiding the much higher fees charged elsewhere.
What Will I Need?
Account number or IBAN
Routing Number (BLZ) or Bank Identification Code (BIC)
Reference () (When Paying companies or bills, this field is where your customer or invoice number would be entered)
For Recurring payments, your choice of frequency (monthly, biweekly, quarterly, weekly)
For a payment within the European Union, use the BIC Code and IBAN. Outside of Europe, use an IBAN where available or Account Number along with the BIC (Bank Identifier Code).