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Pay Your Loan

Convenient Loan Payment Options...

You can make your Texas Bay loan and credit card payments with just the touch of just a few buttons and from the convenience of home. With two payment options available, pay your Texas Bay loans quickly and securely using funds from your Texas Bay accounts, funds from another financial institution, or using an alternative credit card.

Pay your Texas Bay Loan or Credit Card from your Texas Bay Digital Banking account through your web browser or your mobile device.

Simply login to your Texas Bay Digital Banking account and navigate to the Payments menu to complete your payment.

Pay your Texas Bay Loan from another financial institution or credit card.

Please allow up to 2 business days for the payment to post to your account.

Pay your Texas Bay Loan or Credit Card at any of our 9 locations.

You can pay your loan inside any Texas Bay branch or via our drive-thru virtual tellers at our Fuqua, Pearland, North Shore, and Richmond branches during business hours.

Get Payment Reminders on Your Mobile Device!

You have enough to remember, what if you could take remembering your loan payment due dates off your checklist? Texas Bay is happy to take that worry off your plate! Never forget to make a loan payment again, when you set up to receive a text reminding you that your payment is coming up.

We know how busy life gets, which is why Texas Bay offers this FREE service to help you conveniently make your loan and credit card payments on time. A simple reminder can take one more thing off your plate, so you can continue enjoying life with no worries.

How to get text reminders?

Existing Loans - You can opt in when you use the Online Payment Tool to make payments. After you opt in for payment reminders, the text will also include a link to the Online Payment Tool.

You can also call us or drop by a branch and a friendly staff member will set you up in no time flat.
Contact Us to set up reminders!
New Loans - Simply request the service when you close on the loan.