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Leveling the Paying Field™
DivDat was founded on the premise that there is a better way to help municipal entities and corporations to invoice and collect money from their customers. The DivDat Kiosk Network uses technology to drive social change by eliminating predatory “convenience fees” and other costs of making bill payments. DivDat is Leveling the Paying Field™ for people to pay bills in a safe, convenient location at a time and method of their choosing, fee free!
DivDat Provides Detroit Department of Transportation with New Bus Pass Dispenser Additions to Self-service Bill Payment Kiosks
DivDat announces its ongoing support of its customer, the Detroit Department of Transportation and their riders, by providing new self-service walk-up Bus Pass Dispensers that allow DDOT customers to easily purchase bus passes by cash or card, receive instant payment confirmation and printed official receipt, and which dispense the corresponding fee-specific bus pass from the dispenser unit attached to the payment kiosk.
DivDat Bill Payment Kiosks Deployed in Fort Wayne in Support of City Utilities Customers
DivDat announced the ribbon-cutting ceremony signifying its bill payment kiosks are available for use at Fort Wayne's City Utilities' Citizens Square customer service center.
DivDat Supports Detroit Taxpayer Resource Fair with Bill Payment Kiosk and In-Person Assistance
DivDat announced its support of the City of Detroit Taxpayer Service Center (DTSC), the Office of the Assessor, and the Wayne County Treasurer's Office as they extend information and assistance to property taxpayers, as "Winter Property Taxes" become due. The event will take place at the Northwest Activities Center on Friday, February 24, 2023, from 1 – 4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
DDOT bus riders can now purchase self-serve passes at new kiosks
City officials say four-hour, 24-hour, seven-day and 31-day passes are available to purchase through the kiosks, and reduced fare passes will be available for eligible riders who had previous verification. The two kiosks are located at the Rosa Parks Transit Center at 1310 Cass Ave. and the DDOT Administrative Offices at 100 Mack Ave.
Detroit’s DivDat Opens Payment Kiosks in Fort Wayne
DivDat, a Detroit-based omnichannel bill payment and processing company, has unveiled its bill payment kiosks at the Fort Wayne City Utilities building in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Resources available for Detroit taxpayers to avoid foreclosure: What to know
Here's what Detroiters behind on their property taxes should know. On Friday, Detroit taxpayers can learn about current and delinquent property taxes and assistance programs to stay in their homes at a resource fair.
Cash is (STILL) King and is gaining followers.
Cash use rises (AND applies to consumers across age groups) as households struggle to cope with inflation. "It really transcends generations and financial situations," says Courtney Alev, an associate director of product management at Credit Karma, in the article.
Still collecting the lion’s share of bill payments by drop box? There may be a reason for it.
If your department or municipality is still opening envelopes deposited in the drop box, consider this perspective. High volumes of drop box payments could indicate a consumer population that is unbanked, underbanked, or even offline. Self-service (real-time) payments are within reach for most utilities, cities, and even townships.
DivDat Kiosks: Serving Communities with Convenience and Care
At the heart of our company's mission — to promote the inclusion of the unbanked and underbanked in today's online banking and bill paying services world — is the idea of service.