Pay Your Water Bill With Credit Cards, Starting Now

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visaBOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you love airline and hotel points, you’ll love this: you can now pay your Palm Beach County water bill with a credit card.
From the Water Utilities Department:
Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department (WUD) customers now have the option of paying their water bills online with credit or debit cards.  There are no fees for the convenience of this service.
The credit card payment option is currently only available to customers who have signed up for an online account. Signing up is easy. Almost all the information needed to create an online account is available on a water bill.
The Water Utilities Department currently accepts Visa, MasterCard and Discover cards and plans to expand the service in the future.
Customers benefitting the most from this new payment option are those who make cash-only payments that need to be made in person at the Customer Care Service Center. They can now pay their water bills conveniently online.
WUD customers are encouraged to also sign up for eBill which allows them to receive bills by email instead of mail.  This also offers conveniences such as receiving emails that remind customers of when bills are due and provide access to usage and billing history.
To set up an online account, visit pbcwater.com and click “Access Your Online Account.”  For more information, call 561-740-4600.

 

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