If you can add another card as a payment method by calling our customer support team at 855-727-2395, provided the new card has a reasonable balance for future payments. You agree to extend your consent to such a newly added card in the “Save Card Details” section. Please note that the new card does not replace the original card that you presented to us as a payment method at the time of registration for a plan. If a payment is refused on the new card, we reserve the right to incriminate the original card we have registered. You can cancel your authorization on the original card by calling our customer service at 855-727-2395 only if your original card expires, is lost or stolen. You can also email us to [email protected] and ask us to contact you to add another card, but make sure you don`t include sensitive information, including your card number, in your email. If, after paying your first down payment, the supplier finds that the actual amount of your purchase is less than the original plan amount, your first down payment will remain the same, but we will reduce your next 4 payments. For example, if your initial amount is estimated at $1,000, we will charge a down payment of $200 on your card if you sign up for the plan and 4 installments of $200 every 14 days after. If the supplier declares that the actual amount of your purchase is only $500, your initial deposit will be $200, but we reduce your next 4 installments to $75 $chacun.

Most Christian sharing plans are not loaded with services with NMC Health. If you are part of a Christian sharing plan, please contact our billing service before looking for services so that payment terms can be made. If the provider does not request payment within 13 days of registering your plan or if the goods or services you purchased with the plan are not provided within 13 days of the purchase, we will cancel your plan and immediately refund any money you paid to your initial payment method. If you have not received the mail option for online access, but have received an urgent notice from the IRS regarding a due balance or a problem with your payment plan, call us at 800-829-1040 (individual) or 800-829-4933 (store). The establishment of a payment plan requires the agreement of a creditor and a debtor and the definition of the terms in an agreement. In the event of outstandings, a payment plan is often the “last chance” for the debtor to pay a debt. If the IRS approves your payment plan (payment contract), one of the following fees will be added to your tax bill. The changes to user fees apply to temperable contracts concluded on or after April 10, 2018. For individuals, credits over $25,000 must be paid by debit. For businesses, funds of more than $10,000 must be paid by levy. The payment of all registration, management and arbitration fees is subject to AAA rules, unless otherwise stated in this provision. If the value of the discharge requested by you is less than or equal to $10,000, Scratchpay reimburses your registration, management and arbitration costs related to arbitration.

Any request to pay Scratchpay`s fees must be mailed to the AAA at the same time as your arbitration application, and Scratchpay will arrange to pay all necessary fees directly to the AAA. In the event that the arbitrator determines the claims you make lightly in the arbitration, you agree to reimburse Scratchpay for any arbitration costs that Scratchpay paid on your behalf and that you must pay under AAA rules. For payments over $10,000, it is recommended that both parties add a notary confirmation to the contract and sign it in the presence of a notary.