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Online Ambulance Bill Pay

Credit card payment authorization form

Please fill out all the fields in this form before submitting your information for payment.

Account Information
Fire Rescue Call or Patient Number
Name On the Account

Enter the Name on the Credit Card

First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address
Address Information

Please note - Do not attempt to enter a credit card payment without first verifying that you are using the billing address that is listed on your credit card billing statements. The billing address must be entered the same as the billing address listed on your credit card billing statement or your payment will likely be declined. Multiple attempts to enter a credit card payment, even with an incorrect address, could result in your bank suspending each transaction amount in your account, regardless of whether the payment was accepted or declined.

Zip Code
Telephone Contact Number
Credit Card Information
Card Type
Credit Card Number
Card Verification Number
(Last 3 digits on back of card - example)
Expiration Date
How much would you like to deduct from your card (min. amount $10.00)

Before Submitting Please insure that All the Information is Correct.
It could result in a delay in processing your payment.

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