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PLEASE ENTER YOUR ACCOUNT NUMBER below and continue to our Secure Payment Page. Your Account # is located in the upper right hand corner of your billing statement or in the billing section of you invoice.

After continuing to the Secure Payment Page, you may elect to pay by major credit card or eCheck. Choose your payment preference and enter the information requested. Provided you furnish a valid email address, payment confirmation will be forwarded immediately once the transaction is concluded.

If you would like to sign up for automatic payments or schedule a future payment please contact our office at 800-375-6553

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Enter the Account # off of your billing statement or invoice


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ONLINE BILL PAY FAQ

Is my payment information safe?
Yes. Your payment data is encrypted upon submission and stored on a secure server. No one, including our staff, has access to your sensitive payment information.

Is it safe to pay by ACH Debit (eCheck)?
Yes. ACH payments (eChecks) use the same secure network that financial institutions, businesses, and governments use to send and receive payments. No one has access to your data; making eChecks more secure than paper checks.

What proof of payment do I receive?
You receive automatic email confirmation of each payment provided you furnish a valid email address. In addition; our system maintains accurate records of all transactions. Transaction history is available when required.

What if I wish to enroll for Automatic payments?
Please contact us by phone at 800-375-6553

What if I wish to cancel my enrollment in Online Bill Pay?
You may discontinue your Online Bill Pay Enrollment at anytime. Please provide notice by mail or email to the address posted on our Secure Payment Page, allowing us a minimum of ten (10) business days to update your customer record.

Can I change my payment method after enrollment?
Yes. Please contact us by phone at 800-375-6553 to change your payment method. Note: It is unwise to send card and/or checking account information by email.