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March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Official Payments, a leading provider of electronic payment solutions, has launched an eBill (electronic bill) presentment option for its clients. By transforming paper bills into easy-to-read, full-color electronic documents, Official Payments now offers its clients and customers an entirely electronic experience, from statement delivery, viewing and archiving, to payment of the bill.
"Our advanced eBill capabilities give our clients flexibility that facilitates faster payment and added convenience for their customers," says
Alex P. Hart, President and CEO of Official Payments. "Clients will immediately be able to reduce third-party print vendor and IT costs, as well as paper and postage expenses. Put together, these benefits translate into a positive impact on the environment by embracing green initiatives."
Official Payments' clients include the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 23 state governments and the
District of Columbia, over 3000 local municipalities and counties across all 50 states, 350 colleges and universities, and 450 utility companies. Customers can pay federal taxes, state and local taxes, property taxes, and other bills such as utilities and college tuition with credit cards, debit cards, electronic checks and alternative payment methods via online (
www.OfficialPayments.com), telephone, point of sale and other channels.
About Official Payments
Official Payments Holdings, Inc.
(Nasdaq: OPAY) provides turnkey electronic payment solutions for over 3,000 clients across all 50 states, and the
District of Columbia. Official Payments' solutions enable government agencies, educational institutions, utility companies and charitable organizations to seamlessly accept secure, convenient payments by credit card, debit card and electronic check via mobile, web (
www.OfficialPayments.com), telephone and point of sale.
SOURCE Official Payments