First American Payment Systems Supports Dallas Law Enforcement and Families with Donation to The Line of Duty Fund

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Employees Raise Money for Officer's Families

Our employees felt that we had to do something.

First American Payment Systems, a supporter of the law enforcement community, has donated $6,515 to The Line of Duty Fund of The Dallas Foundation in response to the July 7th police shootings.

“First American has been active in donating to charities in the Dallas and Fort Worth area for many years,” said Neil Randel, Chief Executive Officer. “When we witnessed the attack on our law enforcement officers in July, our employees felt that we had to do something. Knowing that this donation goes directly to the families of the affected officers of the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority made this cause very important to us.”

Employees at the Fort Worth corporate office donated money over a few weeks in July and August. Those funds, combined with a corporate donation from First American, reinforce the support and appreciation First American has for law enforcement officers and their families.

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About First American Payment Systems
First American Payment Systems, L.P., based in Fort Worth, Texas, is a BBB Accredited payment processor that provides comprehensive electronic transaction processing services for more than 140,000 merchants throughout the United States and Canada. First American recently celebrated 25 years of business. In addition to credit, debit, and EBT card processing, First American offers a complete line of proprietary business solutions, including 1stPayPOS® tablet-based point-of-sale system, 1stPayMobile®, Secur-Chex® check services, FirstPay.Net™ e-commerce solutions, and Govolution® government e-payments. For more information, visit http://www.first-american.net.

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