How to Set Up Chase Auto Pay to Avoid Paying Credit Card Interest

Today I'm going to show you how to set up automatic payments for your Chase credit card accounts not having to worry about paying your balance each month, means you can avoid late fees and interest.

Before I show you the step-by-step, I want to point out there are two different layouts when you log into your Chase account, this is an example of the traditional layout, and over the past several months Chase has been rolling out the new layout, I'll show you how to set up automatic payments in both layouts.

The first step is to log into your Chase account in the traditional layout, scroll down to the card account, you'd like to set up with automatic payments, then click paid credit card, keep in mind you'll have to set up automatic payments separately for each account, on the next screen, click automatic payments in the top left-hand corner.

Next you can select the card account you'd like to have paid automatically, then click set up automatic payment, now you can select to automatically pay the minimum amount due or full statement balance, I recommend paying the full amount due, otherwise, you'll pay interest on any balances you carry forward, and interest charges will offset the value of any rewards you earn, at this step you can also select the checking account you like to use to pay your balance

Finally, you just have to agree to the terms and conditions of automatic payments, and all of your future statement balances will be paid automatically for this account.

If you see the new layout when you log in, it's even easier to set up automatic payments on the account summary page, you'll see a prompt in the middle of the page, that says whether automatic payments are on or off, if they're off, just click set up next to where it says off, then on the next screen, select your pay from account and change your payment amount to the full amount, do finally, just click set up automatic payments, and you're all set.

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