It’s easy, convenient and rewarding too.
Use your CIBC Credit Card to pay your regular bills automatically. It only takes a few minutes to set up and, once you’re done, you won’t have to worry about juggling due dates, writing multiple cheques, buying stamps or visiting a mailbox again.
If you have received a new CIBC Credit Card that is replacing another CIBC Credit Card, and you or your authorized user(s) set up pre-authorized payments on the CIBC Credit Card that is being replaced, you must advise the merchant(s) of your new CIBC Credit Card number and expiry date in order to continue having your bills charged automatically.
Just follow these simple steps
1. Find your merchant: Use our easy-to-search directory to find the merchant you’d like to set up new, or update existing, pre-authorized payments with. You can search by province, industry or alphabetically.
2. Contact your merchant by phone or online: Let them know you’d like to have your bill automatically charged to your new CIBC Credit Card. Please have your new credit card information and your customer account number for that merchant available.
3. Follow up on your payments: Ensure your information is updated by keeping track of all your recurring charges on your CIBC Credit Card statement through CIBC CreditSmart®1 online or in the mail.
Whether you are signing up for pre-authorized payments for the first time, or providing your new CIBC Credit Card information to a merchant, our goal is to help you manage your bill payments in a simple and organized way. Paying bills doesn’t get easier than this!
Here are some of the most requested merchants that accept pre-authorized payments.
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|Telecom||Health, Diet and Fitness||Newspapers||Charities|
|Rogers||Extreme Fitness||The Star||World Vision Canada|
|Bell Mobility||Mayfair Clubs||Montreal Gazette||Hospital for Sick Children Foundation|
|Telus||LA Fitness||The Globe
If you do not see your merchant listed, contact them directly to inquire about your pre-authorized payments.
In some instances, it may take more than one statement period before payments are posted to your card account. We recommend that you continue paying your bills until the merchant informs you that your bill is being charged to your CIBC Credit Card. Please remember to cancel pre-authorized payments with your merchant if you close your CIBC Credit Card Account, and to advise your merchant if your card or account number or expiry date changes.
Not all merchants service all Provinces and Territories.
The information in this website is believed to be accurate at the time of posting. However, CIBC is not responsible for any errors or omissions, including inaccurate or outdated merchant contact information.
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