Brunswick County Treasurer's Personal Property Prepayment Help

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Table of Contents

  1. What Is Prepay Personal Property?

  2. Why Is My Email Address Needed?

  3. What Are Cookies?

  4. How Do I Prepay Personal Property?

    1. Prepay using Last Name/PIN

    2. Name Selection Screen

    3. Account Detail Screen

    4. Online Payment Checkout Screen

  5. Pay by Credit Card

  6. Pay by Electronic Check

  7. Do Additional Charges Apply for Paying Online?


What Is Prepay Personal Property?

Prepay Personal Property allows you to pay Brunswick County Personal Property bills before they are issued.

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Why Is My Email Address Needed?

Your email address is a unique identifier used to combine tickets marked for payment into one lump sum.

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What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small chunks of text sent between a personal computer and a web server. When a website is contacted, certain information is sent from the web server and stored on the computer. The next time the website is visited, the web server checks the cookie and gathers the information stored there. In this case, your email address.

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How Do I Prepay Personal Property?

Click on Continue to Prepay Personal Property link at the top or bottom of this page.

On the first screen, enter your email address and then click OK.

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OK


Enter PIN and Last Name. Press the Search button.

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Search


To view Detail, press the Select link next to the correct name. Press the Previous button to return to the first screen.

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Select

Previous


The Account Detail Screen shows more information about the property including any prepayment balance. Enter amount to prepay and then press Make Payment button. Pressing the Previous button returns to the first screen.

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Search


On Line Payment Checkout screen now shows both bills. The amount to pay entered for each bill is shown in the Total Payments field. Proceed as normal from this point. All tickets can be removed by pressing Clear Shopping Cart button. To pay by electronic check, press Pay by eCheck button. For credit card payments, press Pay by Credit Card button.

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Pay by Credit Card

Pay by Electronic Check


Pay By Credit Card - Payment Amount + Convenience Fee = Total Due. Press Proceed to Payment button to enter Credit Card information.

Pay using credit card

Input Credit Card and Billing Information and then press the I Authorize this transaction button. Pressing Reset button clears data from all information fields.

Enter billing information

This screen shows Credit Card information as entered on the previous screen. Verify all information is correct and then press Submit Transaction for Processing button. Press Back button on browser if information is incorrect.

Verify information and submit

This screen announces if the transaction was approved. IMPORTANT: You MUST press the **REQUIRED: Complete Transaction button for the transaction to be applied to your property tax bill.

Press button to apply payment to bill

Pay By Electronic Check Enter the Bank Routing Number (the first 9 digits found at the bottom of your check). Enter the Bank Account Number. Press Verify bank routing number to validate the Bank Routing Number entered is an existing bank.

Pay using electronic check

If the bank routing number is valid, the name of the bank is displayed. Press the I authorize this transaction button to finalize the payment.

I authorize this transaction

An online receipt is displayed. We recommend you print this receipt for your records.

Receipt is displayed

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Do Additional Charges Apply for Paying Online?

For Credit Card Payments: The convenience fee is 3% of the Total Bill. The Convenience Fee is charged by PayPal and our Merchant Account for Accepting Credit Cards Online. The fee is automatically added to your Total Bill.

For Electronic Check Payments: No convenience fee is charged for electronic checks. However, a $35 administrative fee is charged for returned checks.

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