Quest Bill Pay

Why write checks and stamp envelopes? If you have an active VCCU checking account you can pay bills online and on-time with just a few clicks of your mouse. Quest Bill Pay service is fast, easy – and FREE.


Pay all your bills safely and securely in one place

  • Schedule payments, add bills, manage your billers/payees
  • Schedule automatic payments and payment reminders
  • Consolidate your bill payment history
  • With eBills, receive and pay statements directly in Quest Bill Pay
  • Save money on envelopes, checks and stamps
  • Fast, easy secure

Payment Scheduling

The due date you select is the day that the funds will be received by the vendor/payee, and it is also the day that the funds will be deducted from your account. When you enter an amount, Online Billpay automatically displays the earliest date the biller will receive the payment. A payment may be changed up until the time it is processed. Payments that are processed after 11:00 a.m.  are considered next-day business.


Quest Home Banking users: If you're already enrolled in Quest Home Banking,  you're ready to start using Bill Pay. Click on the Bill Payments tab and follow the step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process.

To enroll in Quest Home Banking, click on the Enroll button on the Home Banking link and follow the prompts.

Note: Please provide VCCU with your email address prior to registering for Home Banking. 

Quest Bill Pay Help

Help screens and integrated assistance are designed to make using Bill Pay easy. If you have questions or need help, you can: Click on the "Help" button at the bottom right hand corner of Bill Pay and identify your question on the FAQs.

Call VCCU's Call Center during regular business hours at 805/ 477-4000 if you need additional assistance.

Click here to get started.         



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