Marion County Clerk’s office now accepting credit cards
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August 27, 2009


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Angie Nussmeyer, (317) 327-5099

Marion County Clerk’s office now accepting credit cards

 



INDIANAPOLIS – Marion County Clerk Beth White announced today that the Clerk’s office is now accepting credit and debit cards for most court fees.

In addition to accepting credit cards for traffic violations or cash bonds, customers can now pay the following using their credit or debit card: child support, case filing, probation fees, marriage license and copy fees. These payments are accepted from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday in room W-123 of the City County Building.

“Today, customers expect flexible options wherever they make payments or purchases,” Clerk White said. “We are pleased to expand our payment options to include credit and debit cards to make paying court fees and fines more convenient for our customers.”

Besides the expanded in-office payment options, customers can also pay child support and traffic tickets online or over the phone using a credit/debit card any time they wish. Bond payments are accepted around the clock at the Arrestee Processing Center with the additional option to pay cash bonds with a debit/credit card. A nominal convenience fee is added to cover the cost of processing all credit/debit card payments whether made in the office, online or over the phone.

For more information about the Clerk’s office, visit www.indy.gov/clerk or call (317) 327-4740.