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MSN Bill Pay Review

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued.

Our Verdict

MSN is very versatile and is a good way to make sure all your bills are paid on time.

For

  • MSN can be set up to receive most your bills online.

Against

  • It is not a free bill pay service.
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Bill Pay image: To enter your Bill Pay information simply sign into your MSN account and start paying your bills.

Bill Pay image: To enter your Bill Pay information simply sign into your MSN account and start paying your bills.
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Bill Pay image: If you are not enrolled with MSN Bill Pay you can enroll using a simple and quick process.

Bill Pay image: If you are not enrolled with MSN Bill Pay you can enroll using a simple and quick process.
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Bill Pay image: If you have questions or concerns this page will help you get those questions answered in one simple step.

Bill Pay image: If you have questions or concerns this page will help you get those questions answered in one simple step.

Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.

To start paying your bills online with MSN, you simply add the companies and people you want to pay to your account. Then MSN makes your payments.

MSN Bill Pay is an online bill paying service that's easy to setup and use. With the MSN Payment Center you can manage all your bills in seconds. Alert features help you keep track of your bills and paying those bills can be done from multiple accounts from any bank.

MSN Bill Pay allows you to pay anyone, anywhere in the United States. Bills you pay are organized in the Pending Payments and Recent Payments section. MSN can receive e–bills from hundreds of companies and post them online for you. This service uses reminders and alerts to help you stay on top of your finances. You can also add personal notes online at your convenience.

Unlike Paytrust, MSN does not receive your paper bills for you. You receive them at home and pay them online using MSN’s Payment Center. You can pay more than one bill at a time and rest assure in knowing that your information is secure. This service will save you time, stamps and trips to the Post Office.

MSN can pay anyone for you, from your credit card to your gardener. When a bill arrives, MSN automatically shows you the earliest date for which you can schedule a payment. You can change this date if you wish. You can set up automatic payments and schedule payments up to a year in advance. A payment calendar also shows you available pay dates, due dates of your bills and more. Your payee will receive your payment on the pay date you have scheduled.

Signing up for MSN Bill Pay is easy and they offer different plans ranging in price from $2.95–5.95. Simply enroll and add your payee information for all the accounts you want MSN to pay. Bills will be moved to the Pending and Received Payment section after you schedule the payment so you can easily track your bills.

MSN Bill Pay offers telephone and email support through MSN, but you have to have an MSN account to access the contact information.

MSN Bill Pay is quick and easy for all your online bill paying needs. Unlike Paytrust, you don’t need to worry about rerouting all your paper bills, and yet you still receive the same time and money saving benefits. Be sure to check out all of our reviews on bill paying services.