Use QuickPay to Make Person-to-Person Payments

Using Online Banking, you can send money to family and friends anywhere! Person-to-person (P2P) payments are a digital cash alternative that make sending and receiving money as easy as emailing and texting. Whether it's paying allowance, splitting the check, or sending a birthday gift, person-to-person payments allows you to quickly transfer money to almost anyone using your debit card.

Benefits of QuickPay

  • Fast: Quickly initiate a payment from your computer or mobile device
  • Secure: Every transaction requires your debit card PIN, making it as safe as any debit transaction
  • Convenient: Allows you to send money without cash or checks
  • Simple: You can send money to almost anyone using only their name and contact information

Initial Set Up

Log in to Online Banking. In the Services tab, click QuickPay.

  1. Click the Send Money button on initial set up. 
  2. Review the Terms and Conditions.
  3. Click the Agree Button.
  4. Enter your debit card number and expiration date to verify your card information.
  5. (Optional) Enter a nickname for your debit card.
  6. Click the Continue button.

Making Transactions

Your debit card allows you to send money without cash or checks, and now it can be used to make transfers! Using your Community First debit card and PIN number, you can send money to almost anyone using only their name and contact information. 

In the Services tab, click QuickPay.

  1. Enter the recipient's name. As you enter characters, suggested recipients appear if the characters match the names of any previous recipients. 
  2. Enter the email or phone number of the person whom you are sending funds. 
  3. Enter the amount of the transaction.
  4. Select a debit card from which you are sending funds. If you need to add a new debit card, click the "+Add a card" link.
  5. (Optional) Enter a memo or enter brief text to describe why you are sending funds. 
  6. Click the Continue button.
  7. Review your transaction and click the Continue button. 
  8. Enter your PIN
  9. Click the Submit button when you are finished. 

Note: Memos can be up to 40 characters long, however, if you send funds via text message, some characters may not appear properly. 

Note: The PIN scrambles digits each time you click or tap a digit. This feature is designed to keep the transaction secure in case your computer, tablet, or smartphone is infected with viruses or malware that tracks keystrokes. The transaction will be cancelled if two consecutive unsuccessful PIN entries occur. 

Learn More About QuickPay

Learn how to:

  • View QuickPay Transaction History
  • Repeat a QuickPay Transactions
  • Receive Funds with QuickPay

...by visiting our Flipbook User Guide.