ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS

Auto Pay FAQ's

  • How does the auto pay plan work?

    Upon receiving your completed application/authorization form, the BLP
    will enroll your account in the plan. You will continue to receive a
    bill every month from the BLP stating the amount of your bill. Your
    first electronic payment should occur within two billing cycles after
    submitting the application. Once on the plan, your bill will contain the
    statement, "Do Not Pay." The payment will be withdrawn from your
    account on the payment due date. Your monthly bank statement will verify
    the transaction.

  • How much does the Electronic Plan cost?

    There are no charges for this service. In fact, it saves you money on checks, postage stamps, or trips to the BLP.

  • Is the Electronic Payment Plan safe?

    All Electronic Payment Plan records are kept confidential. Transfer
    records are managed directly between the BLP office and our bank via a
    secure internet site.

  • My bill is different each month. How will I know how much money I owe?

    The BLP will continue to mail you a statement of monthly charges.

  • What if I have a question about my bill amount?

    Contact the BLP billing department either by calling 906-228-0310 or in person at 2200 Wright Street.

  • If I do not write a check, how do I keep my checkbook balanced?

    When you receive you monthly BLP bill, simply deduct your current
    charges from your checking or savings account register. You will also
    see your auto payment on the financial institution's monthly statement.

  • Without cancelled checks, how can I prove I made my payment?

    Your financial institution's monthly statement will show your automatic
    payment including the date and exact amount paid to the BLP.

  • How do I sign up?

    • Authorization forms are available at the BLP office, you can print one
      off from the link above, or you can request that one be mailed to you. Simply fill out the form, attach a voided check or savings withdrawal slip and return them to the BLP.
  • What should I do if I change my checking or savings account or financial institution?

    You will simply need to complete a new Electronic Payment Plan authorization form.

  • You will simply need to complete a new Electronic Payment Plan authorization form.

    You may contact the BLP should you choose to discontinue your electronic payment.