An “end date” is usually the month and year that you will be completed with your bankruptcy. If you know when your bankruptcy will be completed you have the option to choose the month and year that TFS is only authorized to debit payments from your bank account. If you are not sure of your end date […]
TFS only processes transactions using your bank account number and routing number; not a debit, credit, or prepaid card number. You will need to use your valid bank account and routing information to process payments through TFS.
TFS Bill Pay is the online payment processor, and you will need to enroll on our website at www.tfsbillpay.com . You cannot enroll over the phone since we must collect proper authorization online. We suggest you enroll on a personal computer.
By selecting this option, you are opting to always pay manually. No payments will be made automatically for you, and you will not be reminded of upcoming payments. In order to make a manual payment, you must first complete the enrollment process, and then click on “Make a manual payment.” No manual payments will be initiated […]
By selecting “Twice Monthly” payments, you are agreeing to have partial plan payments come out of your bank account on two specific days each month. With “Twice Monthly” payments, you can make partial payments if your payroll is made on specific days each month (for example, the 1st and the 15th). Select the “Twice Monthly” […]
By selecting “Weekly” payments, you are agreeing to have partial plan payments come out of your bank account every week. With “Weekly” payments, you can align your Chapter 13 plan payments with payroll checks that arrive weekly. Select the “Weekly” payment option if you would like to make partial payments every week. Your account will […]
By selecting “Biweekly” payments, you are agreeing to have partial plan payments come out of your bank account every other week. With “Biweekly” payments, you can align your Chapter 13 plan payments with payroll checks that arrive in your bank account every other week. Select the “Biweekly” payment option if you would like to make […]
Your 7-digit case number, sometimes referred to as a “Bankruptcy Petition Number,” can be found on the paperwork sent to you by the Office of the Chapter 13 Trustee assigned to your case. Example: Certain Trustee Offices will add extra characters as part of their office case numbering convention. For example, if your case number […]