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Consumer Benefits of Direct Payment

  Direct Payment ensures that bills are paid on time, even if you are ill, traveling on business, or on vacation.

  Late payment fees are eliminated because Direct Payment is automatically deducted from a your account on the bills due
    date (provided that sufficient funds are present in the account from which the payment is to be deducted.)

  Direct Payment saves the time you spend writing checks. Furthermore, you will save the postage expense of mailing

  Direct Payment eliminates the possibility of a payment being lost or delayed in the mail.

  Direct Payment allows you the use of funds in your account until the payment due date.

  Direct Payment offers more confidentiality than a check. A check passes through many hands as it is being processed;
    a Direct Payment is electronic.

  For record-keeping purposes, all Direct Payment transactions will appear on your monthly account statement provided by
    your financial institution.

  If necessary, you can stop a Direct Payment (typically for a fee) by contacting your financial institution up to three days prior
    to the scheduled payment date.

  Direct Payment benefits the environment because it reduces the amount of paper needed for checks and stamps, thus
    saving trees and decreasing the amount of waste disposed in landfills.

  Signing up is easy! You need only to contact Trinity or go to the website to obtain an authorization form, complete the form,
    attach a voided check, and return the completed form and check to Trinity!

Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary Privacy Policy
Please be advised that all information given to Trinity is kept confidential to the utmost efforts. The only reason Trinity would give your name and address to someone would be for collection efforts through the Trinity Abetment Department. In no way will your personal information be sold or given to another entity. We are held by the federal government’s rules and regulations of the amended Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. The rules and regulations of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, “Privacy of Parents and Students,” provide students with certain rights regarding “education records.”