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July 07, 2023

How to pay your Bank of America credit card bill

A detailed guide on how to pay your Bank of America credit card bill

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If you have a Bank of America credit card, you must pay your monthly bills to maintain healthy credit history and financial well-being. If you fail to pay your Bank of America bill on time, you will encounter hefty late fees, affecting your credit score and impacting your overall financial history.

However, Bank of America's bill pay process is easy and straightforward, and you can do it directly on its website or app.

A step by step process on how to pay Bank of America credit card bill online

To proceed with Bill pay from your Juno account, go to Google Chrome browser and follow these steps (follow similar steps on your Bank of America App on your Apple or Android phone):

  1. Go to and log in to your account.

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  1. Click on the “Transfer|Zelle” option located at the top menu, and under it, select the “Between my BofA” account” option.

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  1. Your credit card payment details containing your due amount will appear here. Click on the tab. Select the “From” option to input Juno bank account details.

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  1. Now, Go to the Juno app on your phone or website. Go to the "Account" tab from the Home screen and then click the 'More' button. Under it, select the "Bill pay" option.
  1. Copy the Juno bank account and routing numbers to add a bank as a payment option on the service provider’s website. Go to the Bank of America account tab and Paste the bank account details under the “From’ tab. Your account details are successfully saved.
  1. Next, select the payment amount and payment date. Once done, click on the “Next” button.

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  1. The final step is to verify all the information, and then once you have verified, you can click on the “Schedule” button to make the payment. Once the payment has been made, your cash will be deducted from your Juno account

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Note - You can follow the above steps to enable and add any debit and credit cards and make your card payments.

In addition to paying your Bank of America bill online, there are several alternative ways you can make your payment:

  1. Bill Pay by phone: Contact the Bank of America customer service number, typically on the back of your credit card. Follow the prompts to pay over the phone, providing the necessary details when prompted.
  1. Bill Pay by mail: If you prefer to pay by mail, you can send a check or money order along with the payment stub from your Bank of America credit card statement to the address provided on the statement. Ensure to allow enough time for the payment to reach them before the due date.

Note: Depending on your chosen payment method, additional fees or processing times may be associated with the payment.



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