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New kiosks to help with property tax payments

New kiosks to help with property tax payments

By Guy Gordon - Reporter/Anchor Posted: 5:43 PM, November 14, 2016

For people who don't have bank accounts or credit cards, cash is king. But when it comes to paying property taxes in Wayne County, using cash is difficult and costly. Guy Gordon has a story about kiosks that can help. You can watch in the video posted below.

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Focus: Remote Payment

Focus: Remote Payment For DTE Energy, drug stores have become a fertile ground for customers who traditionally stood in long lines at their payment centers. UPW_dbusiness-DTE-DIVDAT_20150520-1-60351e70[1] David L. Johnson, vice president for customer relations at DTE Energy, and Jason Bierkle, president and CEO of DivDat in Ferndale, stand next to the utility's new payment kiosk. http://www.dbusiness.com/July-August-2015/Focus-Remote-Payment/#.VenYtflVhBc...
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Healthcare Networks Combat the Growing Rate of High Deductible Plans

 

“As deductibles rise and consumer confusion over what they owe out-of-pocket for their medical bills increases, it is more and more difficult for hospitals to maintain sustainable cycles of payment. Our healthcare payment innovations are always anchored by the goal to get healthcare networks paid faster by giving patients a clear understanding of what they owe and why, accompanied by ease of payment.” - DivDat

High deductibles are not going away. The number of people with high deductible plans rose to 15.5 million in 2013 from 1 million in 2005, according to America’s Health Insurance Plans.  High deductible health plans are those with an annual deductible of...
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The Under-Banked: Are You Under-Serving this $78 Billion Market?

 

“Any small added friction in the payment process can delay customer payment dramatically.  This is why we see the underbanked issue as such an important one for our customers.  We know that if we are able to offer easy channels of payment for our customers’ customers, we can dramatically affect their payment cycle."  - DivDat

A remarkable 68 million Americans today lack full access to traditional financial services, such as a bank account or credit card, or choose not to use them. The proportion of unbanked households in 2011 increased slightly from 2009. The estimated 0.6 percentage point increase represents an additional 821,000 unbanked households, and experts...

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