- The Illinois Epay web site is the most convenient way for government agencies in Illinois to quickly and securely receive payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week from anywhere
- Epay is completely free for agencies to use, as convenience fees are paid by the customer making the payment (and Epay doesn’t require a contract to set up)
- Residents making a payment with the Illinois epay system can pay via credit card, bank card, electronic check or by phone
Illinois residents who are making a payment to a state or local government agency can utilize the ePay system to pay online with a credit or debit card (or several other payment options) for government services that previously could only be paid in person.
A number of different group in Illinois participate in Epay like 36 state agencies, over 65 county government organizations, almost 250 cities and villages, nearly 200 schools and board of education offices, 15 universities and colleges, 100+ libraries and library districts, 13 different parks and recreation facilities, 10 sewage treatment districts, 10 sanitation districts, and five Illinois public transportation groups.
The ePay payment system works best for organizations because it lets them collect payment far more effectively than other methods (and in a larger number) and give Illinois government groups faster access to payments they have received.
More about Illinois Epay
Since the Illinois Epay system started in 2002, more than 800 local and state government agencies have adopted the new system. Each day at 10:30 a.m., the ePay system transfers funds to the users Illinois Funds investment account. Money can be deposited or withdrawn by one of the various E-Pay payment processors (like Forte, AmEx, Discover, Global, or Vanity) or by the U.S. Bank Fund Services.
- There is a minimum wire transaction amount of $100 to use Illinois ePay (with a maximum of $250,000)
To contact Illinois Pay