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How do you use the auto-pay and recurring payment features?


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January 11, 2022

Auto pay is a feature in child support. It pops up when you pay child support and allows you to make the payment and then set future payments on a schedule. You will see in the app that auto pay is “on” and you can “turn off” the feature whenever you’d like.

Recurring bills are bills like child support that are sent out on a schedule. For example, if your child has monthly tuition expenses for karate. Rather than send a bill each month, you can opt to send a recurring bill to the other parent monthly. The parent making the reimbursement would need to “opt in” to automatically pay the bill monthly. If the parent chooses not to use the recurring feature, it’s ok you can still quick bill each month. We know not everyone loves auto-pay as much as we do and we respect that.

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