try to pay some bills and cannot access the Web page. I make each month and do not know how to correct it. does not that this program can not display the page's Web site

happening only on a few sites of bill payment.


1. what internet browser do you use?
2. If you are using Internet Explorer which version do you have installed?
If you use Internet Explorer see the methods below.
Method 1.
I recommend you follow the steps listed in the article below and check.
You cannot connect to or connect to Web sites in Internet Explorer secure

Method 2.
If the problem persists, add sites to the trusted Web site and check. Refer to the article below for the procedure.
Security zones: adding or removing websites

I hope this helps.

Thank you, and in what concerns:
Shekhar S - Microsoft technical support.

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