Mohave County Residents Have New Options for Court Fees and Tax Payments

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County Treasurer Partners with Point & Pay to Offer Electronic Payment Solutions

“Our new Point & Pay systems were built and implemented to our exact specifications within three weeks. They are accurate and comprehensive, just as we requested."

Point & Pay (http://www.pointandpay.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary of North American Bancard, today announced that their electronic payment solutions are now available for residents to pay their Mohave County, Ariz. property taxes, traffic tickets, special district utility bills, library fees and donations, with additional services to come. Payments can be made online or over the phone by using an American Express®, Discover®, MasterCard® or VISA® credit or debit card or e-check. Point & Pay was selected by the County over a field of competitors to provide this payment option for County residents.    

Mohave County Treasurer Melissa Havatone said, “I was motivated to put these improved electronic payment solutions in place because I believe they help us fulfill our department’s goal of providing the best possible service to our taxpayers. We are very pleased with Point & Pay’s performance, and we encourage citizens to explore these new options for payment.”

“Our new Point & Pay systems were built and implemented to our exact specifications within three weeks. They are accurate and comprehensive, just as we requested,” said Kyle Rimel, Court Technology Services Director, Mohave County Superior Court.

“We are delighted to welcome our new clients in Mohave County, including the offices of the Treasurer, Justice Courts, Public Works, Library, and Recorder,” said Kevin C. Connell, President, Point & Pay. “Mohave County joins our more than 500 current clients including Graham and Yavapai Counties, and we expect more government offices across Arizona will make the switch to Point & Pay’s more flexible and customized payment solutions.”

Point & Pay enables government agencies and utilities to accept electronic payments from consumers and businesses for taxes, registrations, licenses, utility bills, and other services and fees using credit and debit cards or electronic checks - anytime, anywhere. For more information on Point & Pay, visit http://www.pointandpay.com.

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