Terms of Service
If you do not wish to agree to these Terms of Services, immediately discontinue use of the website. Please note that we accept other methods of payment. Please call us toll free at 800-404-0220 to process another form of payment.
We are not liable in the event a payment transaction is not completed for any reason, including but not limited to the lack of sufficient funds, our determination not to honor a payment authorization, or the failure of communications, hardware, software or other systems of Gamache & Myers, P.C., or it's providers. We reserve the right to delay, suspend or terminate the transaction if it is believed to be invalid or unauthorized, due to fraud, mistake, violation of these terms, or any other reason. You are solely responsible for ensuring that your payment was remitted and accepted.
Check Payment Notice
If you make an electronic check payment, the information you provide will be used to generate a paper check that may be deposited as soon as commercially reasonable. Please note that payments that fall on a weekend or holiday may be processed on the next business day.
Your check generally should clear your account within a few business days. Please be sure funds are sufficient in your account to cover this transaction. Payments made may take several days to clear or be fully executed. Accordingly, we encourage you to make payments at least five (5) days in advance of their due date to assure timely completion.
If your bank is exclusively an on-line bank and does not process paper checks, you will be unable to make a payment through this site
Your Payment and Future Collection Activities
Once we confirm that your account has been paid in full, we will cease further collection efforts. If you make a payment, but do not pay your account in full, collection attempts may continue. Our acceptance of partial payments from you does not waive any of our rights or relieve you from your obligation to pay your debt in full unless other arrangements have been made with you. We will make our best effort to cease any collection efforts as soon as possible after your account has been paid in full, however, in order to ensure that collection efforts cease, it is your responsibility to contact us and have us confirm that your payment in full has been received, and further collection efforts will cease.
Please note that there is a natural processing delay between when you attempt to make a payment, when the funds clear from your financial institution, and when the payment is posted to your account. We take commercially reasonable steps to try to minimize this delay. If you believe you have paid your account in full and are still receiving collection attempts, please contact us immediately at 800-404-0220. We will then verify your account status and take appropriate action.
If you have not already entered into an arrangement for payment with us, but would like to, please call our office toll free at 800-404-0220. Our representatives will be pleased to assist you in setting up an arrangement.
If you wish to set up agreed repeat recurring payments, please call toll free at 800-404-0220.
Gamache & Myers. PC accepts other methods of payment. If you do not wish to make your payment online with this service, call us toll free at 800- 404-0220.
Consent to the use of telephone number
If you provide us with a contact telephone number on this site, you authorize us to contact you at the number provided. Also, you authorize us to leave a voice mail message that includes but is not limited exclusively to the following: the caller’s name, our firm name, a call back number and a statement that we are a debt collector.
Your Representations and Warranties
By using our Websites and engaging in Communications with us, you represent and warrant that (i) all information you provide to us is true and correct (including your account or loan number); (ii) all payments are lawfully authorized and come from funds that you lawfully possess; (iii) you are over the age of majority in your jurisdiction; and (iv) you have the ability to enter into binding contractual obligations using electronic means.
This communication is with a debt collector in an attempt to collect a debt and
any information obtained will be used for that purpose.