You may also choose to pay for bankruptcy fees using a pre-paid debit card. Pre-paid debit cards can usually be found at most local convenient stores (Walmart, Target, gas stations, etc.), and usually have a load limit. A debit card linked to a checking account, or a pre-paid debit card are the only two ways our company can accept payments, absent certain special circumstances that you can call our client services department to discuss at (312) 940-8113 or email email@example.com.
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- How do I cancel a payment?
- What happens with my credit card debt (or any unsecured debt) upon bankruptcy discharge?
- What will happen to my credit score?
- Will I get financing and access to credit after filing bankruptcy?
- What is my remaining balance on my payment plan? What are the next steps after paying my fees in full?
- Can I receive a receipt(s) for my payment transactions?
- How do I adjust my payment plan, or make a payment that was not scheduled?
- Can I process a payment through any other payment method other than a debit card?
- When is my case going to be filed? Can the filing start before my fees are paid in full?
- What are the next steps after I complete the payment plan?