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Professional Credit Management (PCM) partners with Nuvei Commerce to offer convenient and secure electronic payments. Credit and debit card payments will be subject to a 3.5% software fee and ACH (bank draft) payments will be subject to a $1.00 software fee. The fee is separate from the underlying obligation and is subject to change. PCM does not receive any part of the software fee charged by Nuvei Commerce. This fee is charged by the payment processor and covers the cost of processing the payment transaction. This software fee will not be applied to residents of CO, CT, ME, MD, MA, ND, OK, WI. Additional payment options which do not incur payment-processing software fees, include a personal check, cashier’s check, or money order that can be mailed to our office at PCM, PO Box 4037, Jonesboro, AR 72403-4037.

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Every attempt has been made to combine and present all of your accounts on this website. However, all obligations may not be present. Additional charges may be owed including; but not limited to, costs, fees, and accrued interest. 

By creating this online account or authorizing a pay agreement, you consent to receive electronic communications from PCM including text, email, automated messaging, as well as data exchange and messaging via this portal. If you do not consent to electronic communications with PCM, do not continue. As an alternative, or to revoke any/all such consent, contact us at 866.217.1675.

Law may limit how long you can be sued on a debt depending upon its type, age. Accounts to which these limits apply are commonly referred to as time-barred due to statute of limitations. These limitations may apply to any one or more of your obligations. You should determine if they apply and the effect of any actions you take with respect to any of your debts. If you do not pay the debt, PCM, when permitted by its client, may report or continue to report the balance to the credit reporting agencies as unpaid for as long as law permits.

This is an attempt to collect a debt by a debt collector and any information obtained will be used for that purpose.