TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ONLINE CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

All online payments to The Travis Law Firm, PLC (TLF) for homeowner and condominium association charges are subject to the following conditions.

  1. TLF accepts the following cards:
    1. Visa
    2. MasterCard
    3. Discover
    4. American Express
  2. CONVENIENCE FEES will be assessed. All online credit card payments are subject to a 3% convenience fee. The amount of the convenience fee is dependent upon the amount of the payment.
  3. Credit card payments are secure:
    1. Payments will be processed directly by Wells Fargo Merchant Services using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. Wells Fargo Merchant Services has partnered with Trustkeeper PCI Manager to meet the requirements to validate PCI DSS compliance.
    2. Credit card numbers are protected with a high level of encryption when transmitted over the Internet.
    3. TLF does not have access to your credit card details.
  4. Payment Confirmation:
    1. If successful, TLF or Authorize.Net will confirm that your payment was completed.
    2. If unsuccessful, TLF or Authorize.Net will advise that your payment has failed. TLF will not be advised why a payment has failed, therefore, you should contact your credit card provider for details.
    3. If your payment fails, please use one of the other payment methods available (cash, check or money order). Please arrange an alternative payment method promptly.
  5. TLF will confirm your payment details via email to the address provided during payment.
  6. TLF does not offer refunds.
  7. Partial payments without a signed Repayment Agreement with TLF will not stop collection efforts and future attorney’s fees and costs from being added to your file.
  8. If you have any questions regarding your payment, please contact TLF and ask to speak with the account manager assigned to your file.
  9. TLF’s Terms and Conditions for online credit card payments are subject to change at any time. Each transaction shall be subject to the specific Terms and Conditions that were in place at the time of the transaction.