The growth of Doxpop's Fine Payment service has recently been reported by several Indiana newspapers and television stations as well as the Associated Press. Six counties participate in the service that allows those who need to pay traffic tickets to do so online with a credit card.
In an interview with The (Richmond) Palladium Item, Wayne County Clerk Jo Ann Stewart said the service is "especially useful for out-of-town motorists."
A recent broadcast on WTHI-TV in Terre Haute featured an interview with Sullivan County Clerk Shelly Hiatt Parris. She believes that Fine Payment is "so simple more people may be willing to pay their ticket in a timely fashion."
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