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Child Support Payments Available Online

Arkansans who have to pay child support can now do so online.

December 7, 2004-- Posted at 9:41 p.m. CST

LITTLE ROCK-- Arkansans responsible for child-support can now pay online. The new service allows noncustodial parents, or their employers on their behalf, to make child-support payments with a credit card or electronic check. State officials say the sites are secure to allow for the financial transactions.

 The service is available through www.Arkansas.gov or www.childsupport.arkansas.gov .

The noncustodial parent goes to one of the Web sites, uses a private password to log into an account, then pays child support with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card, or by electronic check.

Through the service, the custodial parent also can instantly obtain information on the status of the most recent payment.

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