Saturday, January 31, 2004

Child support can be paid by card

Clermont County accepts credit cards

The Cincinnati Enquirer

BATAVIA - Clermont County now accepts credit card payments for child support. This service is safe, reliable, and in accordance with all state and government regulations, officials said, adding that they'll accept MasterCard and Discover cards.

To process a payment, Official Payments Corp., the credit card service provider, charges a fee based on the amount of the transaction. This fee is not collected by Clermont County Child Support and does not replace court-ordered administrative fees.

To pay by credit card, visit or call 1(800)272-9829.

Payments will not be accepted for child support orders made outside of Clermont County, and may be rejected for insufficient or inaccurate posting information. Payments will be posted four to five business days after the transaction.

To make telephone or Internet payments to child support accounts, individuals must have their Social Security number, child support case number, and credit card information. In addition, for telephone payments, individuals must enter jurisdiction code 4529 when prompted.

The system will total all payments to include the calculated convenience fee, will obtain approval of the charge, and will issue a confirmation number that will appear on credit card statements. The system also offers a printable digital receipt on Internet payments.

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