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Contact: Gwen Vieau, (657) 622-7097
February 5, 2018
Text-to-Pay Service Available for Traffic, Infraction and Criminal Cases
Santa Ana, CA – The Orange County Superior Court has implemented a Text-to-Pay service for traffic, infraction and criminal cases. It is a fast, convenient and secure way to use a smartphone to make payments or explore other case options, even when the Court is closed.
To access services on the Court’s website, a customer sends his or her case-specific OC Pay number via text to (657) 215-4684. A response will appear with the customer’s general case information along with links to various services. An instructional video about where to find the case-specific OC Pay number is available online.
In addition to making a payment, some cases may be eligible to reserve a court date online or to access other features. By clicking on links provided by return text, a customer can easily perform transactions via cell phone (message and data rates may apply). The service is available for delinquent and non- delinquent traffic, infraction and criminal cases.
A video with an overview and a demonstration of the Text-to-Pay service is online. In addition, information about the service will be included on payment notices, on the Court’s website and at courthouses via flyers and posters, as pictured below.
Superior Court of California, County of Orange ● 700 W. Civic Center Drive ● Santa Ana, CA 92701 ● https://www.occourts.org
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