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NYePAY

Resource Author/Owner/Service Provider

NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS)

Description

NYePAY is a service that allows electronic payments directly into your account. There is no wait for mailing of the check, no need to make a bank deposit or to pay a check cashing fee to access your funds. Your money is readily available to you as soon as the payment is posted to your account. 

Additional Information

The hotline is available for assistance for adoptive parents of handicapped or hard-to-place children with problems with their electronic payments including account access problems, account maintenance, adoption subsidy, direct deposit, debit cards and general information.

Websites

Hotlines

  • 877-437-7855, Toll Free, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Categories

AdoptionFinancial Supports

Related Terms

adoptiondirect depositelectronic paymentssubsidy
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