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Check Into Cash selects Fiserv walk-in bill payment service

02 June 2009  |  2308 views  |  0 Source: Fiserv

Fiserv (NASDAQ: FISV), the leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, today announced that Check Into Cash has selected the CheckFreePay walk-in bill payment service from Fiserv to enable customers to pay their bills in person using cash.

Check Into Cash, a provider of consumer financial services, will offer the CheckFreePay service at more than 900 locations, spanning 30 states. The service will give Check Into Cash customers the opportunity to pay a broad selection of common household bills, including utility, cellular, auto, insurance and credit card bills.

"Walk-in bill payment is a convenient and reliable way for consumers to pay their monthly bills, particularly for consumers who prefer to manage their finances using cash," said Paul Harrison, senior vice president and general manager of Walk-in Solutions at Fiserv. "Fiserv gives consumers the ability to pay bills from hundreds of companies in cash using the CheckFreePay service, and provides affordably priced standard and next-day payment options."

The CheckFreePay walk-in bill payment service will be integrated seamlessly into existing Check Into Cash point-of-sale terminals via the CheckFreePay Link(TM) platform, allowing Check Into Cash to streamline the administrative aspects of walk-in bill payment. Check Into Cash will benefit from simplified end-of-day reconciliation and will not have to conduct extensive training on new platforms because CheckFreePay Link allows the company to leverage existing hardware.

"Check Into Cash is quickly becoming a one-stop financial services provider for consumers, and the addition of CheckFreePay walk-in bill payments from Fiserv further rounds out our service selection," said Steve Scoggins, president of Check Into Cash. "With the seamless integration into existing point-of-sale terminals that CheckFreePay Link offers, we should have the service up and running quickly, without a need for extensive training or installation of new hardware."

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