How do I pay my auto loan with PNC?
Log in to Online Banking. Select your auto loan account and choose “Make a Payment.” Select a “From” account, choose your “Frequency,” “Start Date,” “End Date” and Payment Amount.” Review disclosure and hit “Submit.”
Can you pay off PNC car loan early?
Yes, you can. PNC auto loan does not charge a prepayment fee, so you can save money by paying your car loan early.
Can I make a car payment at PNC Bank?
You can send your PNC auto loan payment to the following address: PNC Bank, P.O. Box 747066, Pittsburgh, PA 15274-7066. For additional information, call 888-762-2265. The same number applies for phone payments, but note that there is a $10 fee to pay your auto loan by phone.
How do I check my PNC auto loan balance?
On your SmartAccess Card in Online Banking:
- Sign on to Online Banking.
- Select your SmartAccess Card.
- Click on the “Sign On to SmartAccess” link to the right of your Available Balance.
Can I pay my PNC loan online?
You can make a payment on your loan several different ways: You can make an electronic transfer through Online Banking via: The Transfer Funds tab, or. Online Bill Pay through the Pay Bills tab.
How do I request a payoff from PNC?
Home Equity: Customer Care 1-888-PNC-BANK (1-888-762-2265), Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. and Saturday – Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET. For payoff statement requests, you may call 1-800-822-5626.
How do I pay my PNC loan?
How do I schedule payments using a PNC account, or other bank accounts?
- Log in to Online Banking.
- Click the Transfer Funds tab and choose PNC Accounts and Payments.
- Select a ‘From’ account.
- Select your Personal Loan or Line of Credit as the ‘To’ account.
- Enter your payment options and schedule your payment.
Can I pay my PNC auto loan with a debit card?
Pay with your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit card or debit card, with Apple Pay, or with your bank account.
Will PNC Bank let you skip a car payment?
The answer is yes, you can defer one or more payments on your existing auto loan. You have to talk to PNC Bank about the deferral first though.