A Service Fee is a fee that the government, education and utility industries are allowed to assess for credit card transactions verses other forms of payments (such as cash or check). A Service Fee is paid directly by the individual consumer who chooses to pay via their credit card, or with an electronic check online.
If a Service Fee model is chosen, the individual consumer choosing to pay with a credit card or electronic check will pay a Service Fee. There are no set-up fees, monthly fees or processing fees assessed to the municipality.
Yes! MuniciPAY meets all PA-DSS (Payment Application – Data Security Standards) guidelines. MuniciPAY’s secure gateway significantly reduces or eliminates the exposure to the municipality for the storage and/or transmission of cardholder data.
MuniciPAY offers real-time, detailed reporting. Municipalities are able to view reports separated by user, departments, payment items, batch and daily settlement reconciliation. MuniciPAY can also handle cash and check reporting options.
Depending on the individual needs of the municipality, the number of depository accounts, and complexity of their inventory list and/or fee schedule, this time frame may vary. MuniciPAY is committed to completing implementation as quickly as possible. Typical implementation takes 1-2 weeks.
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Our live, online demos will show you and your staff how MuniciPAY works and provide immediate responses to any questions you may have.
MuniciPAY offers hosted payment engine and full API integration options. Please call 877.590.5097 to discuss integration opportunities.