If you want to register an account for yourself, the following information is required:
If you want to register an account and make a payment for someone else, you will need to provide the following information for yourself:
|You may schedule a one-time
only (non-recurring) payment or you may schedule recurring
payments using one of the following options
|1st & 16th||6th & 21st||11th & 26th|
|2nd & 17th||7th & 22nd||12th & 27th|
|3rd &18th||8th & 23rd||13th & 28th|
|4th & 19th||9th & 24th||14th & 29th|
|5th & 20th||10th & 25th||15th & 30th|
Your first payment date must be at least five business days from the date you register your account. This will allow sufficient time for your bank account information to be verified (prenote). If your account has been previously verified then the payment must be scheduled at least two business days prior to its due date.
Example: If you register your account and establish a payment schedule on Monday the 1st, you must set your first payment date no earlier than Monday the 8th.
If you entered a start date that is less than five business days from today's date, your date will be automatically adjusted to include the five business day verification (prenote) process.
Example: Today is January 26 (Monday) and a payment frequency of semi-monthly (15th and 30th) is selected. Friday the 30th is entered as the first payment date. The first payment date is set to February 16.
The 16th is determined by calculating five business days (January 27 - February 2), and then determining if the 15th is a business day. Since the 15th is on a Sunday your first payment date is set to the 16th.
Edit your bank account information through this web site. A prenote will be sent to verify the new bank account information. In addition, you will need to establish a new payment schedule since any existing payment schedule(s) will be cancelled when you edit your bank account information.
If a child support payment is due before the end of the five business day verification (prenote) period, you will need to mail your payment in order to avoid delinquency.
The following information is required to make a credit card payment:
You will need to contact your credit card company to determine why the payment was not authorized. It could have been declined for one of the following reasons: