Currently MUB customers can pay by cash or check or have the monthly total automatically drafted from their bank account.
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Customers would have the option to pay by card in the MUB officer or via the secure GovPay website.
"The site can be customized to require only the fields you need and include any warnings or notices you need. You can include the web address on paper bills or put a link directly to the payment portal on the MUB or city website," said Black, who said GovPay operates in all 50 states and has been in business nearly 10 years.
Hill said MUB will send a notice alerting customers when the payment option is up and running.
She said she hopes to send out notification with the July statements. nated at any time with only a 90 day notice. In their 10 year tenure, however, Black said he has yet to have anyone terminate service. GovePay holds all liability for all card transactions, meaning MUB would not be held responsible for bad cards.
For the customers, the site is easy to use. The online options allows for bill payment outside MUB's business hours. Customers will have the option to have their receipt emailed to them at the end of the payment.
Hill sees big things with this capability.
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