Our payment solutions for court fines, traffic citations, bonds, utilities, taxes – and more – help you run your municipality smoother.
The Convenience Your Citizens Want – without the Merchant Fees
We can typically offset the cost of accepting credit cards by charging a minimal convenience fee to the payer. This low-fee structure ensures that you remain a good steward of your taxpayers’ money, while they simply click to pay and move on.
What Our Merchants Have to Say
Mike M., Exec. VP & CEO
"i3 Merchant Solutions provided customized solutions that our business desperately needed – solutions that our previous provider could not offer. For example, we now have a mobile payment solution at our main entrance, which has made our day-to-day operations more efficient. The best part of working with i3 Merchant Solutions is the people. Vanessa and Chad Stephens, i3 Merchant Solutions' vice president of sales, have always been quick to respond. They never say no, and they work with us to make sure we get the best payment processing solutions possible."
Latest News and Insights From Various Industries
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In September, Mastercard launched its first-ever B2B mobile payments app in Hong Kong to connect buyers and suppliers and help them enhance efficiency.