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How to Pay CESC bill Online at Kolkata
To pay CESC bills Kolkata online is very convenient for consumers, because in the offline method they have to wait in long queues at office counters. It is a very hectic task. In the modern era of information technology, Internet has made this work very easy. Now one can pay his Kolkata electricity bills online through CESC website with the help of internet banking, credit or debit card. Calcutta Electricity Supply Corporation (CESC) has also offered online bill payment facility for their customers. To pay CESC Electricity bill online Consumers (LT) should follow these steps:
CESC Kolkata Electricity Bill Online payment process
1. First of all, you should go to the online payment page available at Official Website of CESC through this link
After pressing the above link, a page will be opened like this.
2. If you need to pay monthly bill Go to the button below monthly bill. You have to choose here the payment method whether you want to pay the bill using Credit Card or Net banking.
CESC Electricity Bill Payment through Credit or Debit or ITZ Cash Cards
- Click on Credit, Debit, ITZ Cash Cards button.
- You will be taken away to the page like underneath
- At first, check the box against I agree to the Terms & Conditions.
- Write your 11 digit consumer number.
- Select the month you have to pay for.
- Check the round box for the card you are using whether it is Visa or MasterCard or ITZ Cash Card.
- Fill up the CAPTCHA
- Finally, click on Submit button
- Next page will open for confirmation. If your information are right, check the box next to I confirm that above details are accurate.
- Click on Confirm.
- Now you can see your CESC electricity bill for the particular month.
- Check the box against terms and conditions and click on PAY NOW.
- You will find a pop up written Are you Sure you want to proceed.
- Click on OK.
- On the next page, you need to choose the card. Click on Master Card image if you have master card and click on the VISA card image if you have Visa card.
This will direct you to card detail page. Write Card Number, its Expiry Date and Security Code. Finally Click on PAY NOW and follow the instruction you get. Your will
CESC Electricity Bill Payment using NetBanking
- Mark Tick in the box ahead of Terms & Conditions.
- Write your consumer number in appropriate box.
- Opt for the month in drop down for which you will make payment.
- Write the matter of CAPTCHA in the box.
- At last hit Submit button
- Next page asks to confirm your detail. Watch the page carefully and take a printout if you need. If given details are correct, check the box next to I confirm that above details are accurate.
- Click on Confirm button.
- CESC electricity bill for the month you have selected comes before your eyes.
- Check the box before the verification statement and ultimately click on PAY NOW Button.
- Choose the bank from which you want to pay the bill from drop down menu and click on the Button Make Payment.
- This will take you to the payment gateway from where pay your CESC Bill.
Here, all options are given. You can pay either of Monthly Bills, New Connection or Extension of Load Charge, Online Name Transfer, Online Account Application, Puja Bill. For these purposes, you can pay through Credit Card, Debit Card or Net Banking.
In this manner, you can pay your CESC Bill online very easily.
Paytrust Online Bill Pay Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to frequently asked questions about Paytrust.
If you do not find the answers to your specific question, or would like additional information, simply contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-PAYTRUST. Our staff is available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except for holidays.
General Frequently Asked Questions
Paytrust is the easy way to receive, pay and track all your bills online. Paytrust completely eliminates the paperwork of paying bills by receiving your mailed bills for you. Paper bills are sent to a Paytrust Processing Center and scanned for posting to your account. Electronic bills arrive directly to your account. You can then view all your bills in Paytrust, and pay with one click.
How is Paytrust different from online banking?
Paytrust is a complete online solution for bill delivery, payment and management. It works with any bank and any payee you may have. With Paytrust, you can pay from up to 10 different banks accounts. While many banks offer the ability to issue payments online, you're still required to track and manage all of the paper bills that come to your house. By receiving your bills and managing the process online, Paytrust truly removes the burden of handling monthly bill payments. And Paytrust allows you to make payments to anyone-even someone who doesn't normally send you a bill. So you can have fewer headaches, fewer worries and a lot more free time.
Can I use Paytrust to pay anyone?
You can use Paytrust to pay anyone with a U.S. mailing address. To issue a payment from the Paytrust Bill Center, you will need to set up a Payee Profile. Most payees are Business Payees, and many of them can be found in our Common Payees database. Some payees may be a little more unique, such as a neighborhood lawn service or a friend you wish to give a gift check. You can enter complete contact information into a Personal Payee Profile, and we can issue payment to anyone you want. Please note: certain payments, such as tax payments to the IRS are discouraged, but may be scheduled at your own risk.
Can I pay my bills from multiple bank accounts?
Yes, you can pay your bills from multiple bank accounts. You can use up to 10 different accounts at different banks.
Is Paytrust available in my area?
Paytrust is currently available anywhere in the United States. Due to banking rules and Internet security restrictions, the Paytrust service is not currently available in any other countries. U.S. subscribers can access Paytrust to receive and pay their U.S. bills, even while traveling abroad.
Do I have to change banks?
No. Paytrust works with any bank or transaction account that allows check-writing privileges.
Do I have to have online banking to use Paytrust?
Paytrust works with your current bank and does not require online banking.
Can I still see the details of my bill before I approve it?
Yes, Paytrust provides both summary and detail information for your bills. You can view or print a full image of the bill at any time.
What if my payee cannot accept electronic payments?
Paytrust will issue a paper check if your payee cannot accept electronic payments.
How do my payees know I am using Paytrust?
When you enroll in Paytrust, and any time afterwards, you can select which of your bills you would like to receive online. Paytrust works with any of the payees you have today. Paytrust will assist you in notifying your payees to send your bills, either electronically or by mail, to your Paytrust account for online delivery in the Bill Center.
How can I get help or have a question answered?
If you experience difficulty with the service, or if you have questions about your account, call 1-800-PAYTRUST to contact us. Our staff of trained support representatives is available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week except for holidays. In the Bill Center, Paytrust also features rich, context-sensitive online help that can answer most typical questions.
Getting Started with Paytrust FAQs
- How do I get started with Paytrust?
- How do I add a bank account?
- How do I add a payee?
- How do I direct my paper bills to be presented online?
- How long before I begin to get my bills through Paytrust?
- Do I have to use Paytrust for all my bills?
- What is an automatic payment?
- What is the Personal Notes feature, and how is it different from the memo field on a check?
- How do I obtain a copy of my Subscriber Agreement?
You can complete your online enrollment in Paytrust by clicking on the Start for Free button at the top of this page.
How do I add a bank account?
To add a bank account (also called funding account), select "Add a funding account" link in Paytrust (to simplify this process have a check handy). Enter your financial institutions data including: Name, Account type, Account number, Routing transit number, Starting check number, and click "Continue."
We will make two deposits under $1 to the newly added account during the next two to three business days.
- You will find out the exact amounts of these two deposits by using online banking or your statement. Please look for transactions with "Paytrust" or similar wording as the description.
- When you see the deposits in your bank account log into Paytrust and follow the instructions to confirm your account by entering the amounts of these two deposits. As soon as you enter the correct amounts, you can use your account to pay bills.
How do I add a payee?
To add a new payee to your account, from your navigation links click "Add a new payee." The Add a Payee page appears. Just follow the onscreen instructions.
How do I direct my paper bills to be presented online?
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned a unique box address at Paytrust's state-of-the-art mail processing center in Sioux Falls, SD. You can find your unique Paytrust box address by logging into Paytrust and clicking on the "Personal profile" link. Your Paytrust box address is the same as the "Billing address" given on this page.
How long before I begin to get my bills through Paytrust?
Once you bank account is confirmed, you can immediately register a payee and make a payment through the Paytrust Bill Center. However, it typically takes a few weeks, or until the next bill cycle, for your first bill to arrive online through Paytrust.
Do I have to use Paytrust for all my bills?
No, Paytrust is compatible with all of your current payment processes, including your checkbook and online banking. You decide which bills you want to receive and/or pay through Paytrust.
What is an automatic payment?
1. Automatic payment in response to an e-bill.
An automatic payment in response to an e-bill is a payment that you set up to go out every time you receive this e-bill without requiring your approval each time. You can pay the full bill, pay the minimum due, pay nothing and file the bill, or create your own rule for how the bill gets paid. For example, you could tell us to pay your credit card bill automatically in three different ways:
- Pay the entire bill if it is $200 or less. Pay nothing and send an e-mail notification if it is more than $200.
- Pay the minimum amount due every month.
- Pay nothing and send an e-mail notification.
You can also select when to pay the bill—either when the bill arrives or a designated number of days before the bill is due (10 is the default).
You will receive an e-mail notification when an automatic bill has been paid.
2. Automatic payment at regular intervals.
This type of automatic payment gets paid by establishing the interval when the payment should be made, along with other supporting payment details. You specify the amount, the frequency, the start date and the end date or the number of payments to make (for due date models it is number of payments instead of end date). Based on the duration of the loan you could also establish the end date of the automatic payment rule For example, you could have us schedule a payment for your car loan in the amount of $300 on the 1st of every month for the next 36 months.
What is the Personal Notes feature, and how is it different from the memo field on a check?
Personal Notes are reminders you can add to any payment or filed item. Common uses for a Personal Note include reminders about why a payment was made, the occasion for a gift, or a dispute with the payee. Personal Notes are completely private, and can only be seen by you. In contrast, the memo field on a check is printed right on the check for the purpose of making an additional note to the payee.
How do I obtain a copy of my Subscriber Agreement?
You can print a copy of your Subscriber Agreement using your browser's print function.
- How does Paytrust get my bill information?
- How will I know when I have new bills?
- Who authorizes payment amounts and dates?
- What happens if I don't pay a bill?
- What is my billing address with Paytrust?
- What happens to the hard copies of my bills after they have been scanned?
- What if some piece of important information, other than a bill, is sent to Paytrust?
- Do I have to pay the whole bill amount?
- How are the payments issued?
- When is my last chance to stop a payment?
- How long does it take for a Paytrust payment to be received?
- How will I know when payment has been sent?
- When will the amount on the checks I authorized be deducted from my account?
- How is my Paytrust service fee handled?
- What happens if I do not have enough money in my checking account to cover my bills?
Electronic bills are posted immediately to your account. Paper bills are scanned and posted to your account within 24 hours of receipt.
How will I know when I have new bills?
Paytrust uses e-mail to let you know the status of your bills. For every payee you establish, you can control how many e-mail notifications you would like to receive and when you would like to receive them. You can also check Paytrust at any time to verify the status of your bills.
Who authorizes payment amounts and dates?
Only you can authorize payments. You have complete control over whom you are issuing a payment to, the exact payment amount, when the payment should be sent or whether to pay the bill at all. If you have a flat fee or regularly occurring bill that you would like to have paid each month, Paytrust can be instructed to do it for you automatically. Please note: Your Paytrust service fee will be automatically debited from your default payment account each month.
What happens if I don't pay a bill?
Paytrust will send you an e-mail notification that a bill is overdue. Bills are never paid unless you authorize them. If you choose not to pay a bill, or pay by some other means, you can file the bill without issuing a payment.
What is my billing address with Paytrust?
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned a unique box number at Paytrust's state-of-the-art mail processing center in Sioux Falls, SD. For bills you have redirected to the Bill Center, this will be your billing address. Some merchants ask for a billing address to confirm credit card purchases made by telephone or over the Internet. In addition, your payees may reference this address when verifying your account or identity with them.
Tax payments and court-ordered payments are discouraged and made at your own risk and with no guarantee. Payments to payees outside of the United States are not allowed through this service.
What happens to the hard copies of my bills after they have been scanned?
Your original paper bill is stored for 30 days from the day of receipt, after which it is shredded for security purposes and recycled. Paper bills received from your payees are converted into electronic form within 24-48 hours from when they are received at the Paytrust Processing Center.
What if some piece of important information, other than a bill, is sent to Paytrust?
Any non-bill notices, such as a rate change, will be scanned and delivered through the Bill Center. Account-related items sent to Paytrust, such as a calling card, are immediately forwarded to your home mailing address. All other items received, such as merchandise ordered online, cannot be accepted and will be returned to sender. Please be sure to indicate your home as the shipping address when ordering items online, through catalogs, etc.
Do I have to pay the whole bill amount?
No. You decide and approve the amount of payment for every bill.
How are the payments issued?
Only you can authorize a payment from Paytrust—you tell us who, when and how much to pay. Payments are issued electronically or via paper checks, depending on the payee's capabilities. Both electronic payments and paper checks always include remittance information, ensuring that your payee can accurately record that a payment has been received for your account.
When is my last chance to stop a payment?
You can choose to stop a payment up until 12 midnight EST on the night prior to the day you have designated for your payment to be sent. For example, if you have designated that your payment should be sent out on the 10th, you can stop the payment up until midnight EST on the 9th. You cannot stop a payment on the designated day a payment is to be sent.
How long does it take for a Paytrust payment to be received?
Payments are issued electronically or via paper checks, depending on the payee's capabilities. Paytrust recommends that you plan to allow for 5 working days for paper checks to reach your payees. We recommend that you allow at least 4 business days for electronic payments to reach your payees. Both electronic payments and paper checks always include remittance information, ensuring that your payee can accurately record that the payment has been made for your account.
How will I know when payment has been sent?
You will receive a Payment Confirmation e-mail on the day that your payment is sent.
When will the amount on the checks I authorized be deducted from my account?
If the payee accepts electronic payments, the amount is deducted from your account on the scheduled payment date that you have authorized. If the payee is being paid via paper check, the amount is deducted from your account when your payee cashes the check.
How is my Paytrust service fee handled?
For your convenience, the process of paying your monthly service fee is automated. Seven days prior to the due date, you will receive an email notice from Paytrust and you can review the detailed statement in your Outbox. On the day your payment is due, Paytrust will debit your default payment account via Electronic Funds Transfer (or issue a check on your behalf if your bank doesn't offer EFT). In accordance with the Terms and Conditions of the Paytrust service, this monthly fee will be deducted from the checking account you designate as your "default" payment account.
What happens if I do not have enough money in my checking account to cover my bills?
Paytrust issues standard, approved payments against your checking account. Just as with a paper check, you have to maintain sufficient funds in the account to cover all payment obligations. Paytrust is unable to notify you if you have insufficient funds. Please note: you may be charged a fee for payments that are returned for insufficient funds.
- Can I pay my bills from my savings account?
- What Web browsers do you support?
- Can I print a copy of my bill?
- Can I set up a joint account in Paytrust?
- Can I download Paytrust transactions into Quicken?
- Are there plans for Paytrust to be able to download into Quicken?
- Is Paytrust compatible with Excel?
- Does Paytrust support bill payment by credit card?
- Can I pay all of my bills at one time?
- How long does Paytrust store my records?
Currently, United States banking regulations limit the number of transactions that can be made from a savings account. Paytrust works with any transaction account that provides check-writing privileges. Paytrust requires receipt of a voided check that has been pre-printed with your name and has an ABA routing number in order to set up that account for payment privileges.
What Web browsers do you support?
We regularly monitor and test browsers to ensure the highest security standards. The following browsers and operating systems are supported:
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There are lots of ways to receive and pay your bill. - the easiest way is by direct debit. See below for all the other ways to pay.
It’s easier, cheaper and hassle free - saving you time and making sure your bills are always paid on time too.
You can sign up in My Virgin Media. Just follow these simple steps:
1. Click 'My Bill and Payments'
2. Select 'Change my Billing Options’
3. Then click 'Switch to Direct Debit’ and enter your payment details.
Not yet registered to My Virgin Media? Sign up today to pay by Direct Debit. You may need to complete a Direct Debit mandate.
When do I need to complete a direct debit mandate?
1. Joint Bank Account? If you are signing up for the Direct Debit payment option using a joint bank account that requires two signatures. For example if you need 2 signatures to sign a cheque then you will need to complete a mandate.
2. When you are setting up a DD for someone else, please call us as we will need to register you as a Account Holder. Please ensure both parties are present when you call us on 1908.
3. Business bank account. If you would like to pay from a business bank account you will need to complete a mandate.
4. Foreign Bank Accounts. Must be a Euro bank account.
Virgin Media Ireland, PO Box 16118, Clonsilla, Dublin 15.
Once your Direct Debit has been set up by the bank we will post you a letter to let you know that it has been activated.
How do I change my Direct Debit details?
To change your Direct Debit details, all you have to do is sign into your My Virgin Media:
1. After logging in, simply go to "My Bills & Payments"
2. In the menu, select "Change my billing options"
4. Just edit your information, and off you go.
Will I need to change my Direct Debit details when I move?
No - don't worry about a thing All your Direct Debit details will remain the same as they were for your previous address. But if in the future you need to change it you can follow the steps above.
Let’s get digital.
Want to pay your bill online? It’s easy when you register for My Virgin Media. No more running to the post office! You’ll need your account number to hand when registering. Then, once you’re signed up, follow these simple steps:
1. Log in to My Virgin Media
2. Select My Bills and Payments option from the top menu.
3. Click Pay my Bill (You’ll have the option to Add credit and can add a credit value of up to €500).
4. On Direct debit? Enter the amount and click Pay Now. This will be deducted from your bank account. If you’re not on Direct Debit, you’ll be asked to enter your credit card details.
Call 1908, select Accounts and Billing and then choose Option 1 for card payments. Overseas? Call + 353 1 245 8000. Remember to have your account number to hand.
Why not pay at your branch or use your bank’s online, ATM or phone service? You’ll need the Virgin Media BIC AIBKIE2D and IBAN IE62 AIBK 9312 6802 0213 87.
Pay by cash wherever you see the Payzone, PayPoint or PostPoint signs. You can pay the entire bill or make a part payment (minimum €20). Don’t forget to bring your bill.
Even handier? Order a Virgin Media Payment Card from our Customer Care team to pay without your bill.
Tear off the slip at the bottom of your bill and post it with a cheque/postal order made payable to Virgin Media to Virgin Media, PO Box 321, Dublin 3.
These are the options for receiving your bill:
With eBilling you can view your bills online in your My Virgin Media account and print them free of charge. Instead of receiving a paper bill in the post, we'll send you an email to let you know when your bill is available online.
The benefits of eBilling are:
2. No postal delays in receiving your bill.
3. You can view previous bills for the last 12 months.
If you wish to opt out of eBilling and return to receiving paper bills then please complete the following steps
1. Log in to your My Virgin Media account
2. In the 'Bills & Payments' menu select 'Change my billing options'
3. Choose the option to 'Switch to paper billing'.
You will now be opted out of eBilling and will begin receiving paper bills again. Direct Debit customers who choose to revert back to receiving paper bills will only receive a paper bill if the amount on the most recent bill is different to the previous bill.
You can still view your bills online in your My Virgin Media account and print your bills free of charge, for the last 12 months. If you need a paper bill to make a payment you can order a Payzone card from our Customer Care team at our Contact Us page. You can use this card when making a payment at any one of hundreds of Payzone locations across the county.
You can chose to receive itemised or non-itemised bills. Itemised bills will show the charges for your bundle, any savings or discounts you are availing of and a full breakdown of any calls or On Demand usage you may have. Non-itemised bills will show the charges for your bundle, any savings or discounts you are availing of and a summary of any calls or On Demand usage you may have. It will not include the details of individual calls or movie rentals.
To request an itemised or non-itemised bill you can contact our Customer Care team at our Contact Us page.
When will I receive my bill?
Bills are sent to you every month on either the 7th, 14th, 21st or 28th of the month.
Payment is due 14 days after your bill date so keep an eye on your paper bill or online account as this date will not change.
This date is your Bill Date and you will receive your bill within one week of this date. If you pay by Direct Debit, you will only receive a bill from us if your billing amount changes. You can opt to stop receiving a paper bill and to view all of your bills online by simply going to My Virgin Media and registering for eBilling.
Your bill shows charges from the date of your installment up to your current bill date, and then for the coming one or two months. A pro-rata charge appears on your bill if there has been any change to your service between bills. If you upgrade your services before your next bill, you will see a pro-rata charge which covers the period from your upgrade to your next bill.
Please Note: You are billed in advance as our service is not a metered supply but a continuous service. We charge for the supply of the service - not the usage. Similar to utilities such as telephone companies, supply charges are billed in advance.