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Click the "Make Payment" image powered by LawPay to make a secure payment on your case. No attorney-client relationship is formed until a legal services agreement is signed by both the attorney and client. Lindsey Eastwood Law accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards.
How Secure is LawPay?
Protecting your personal information is a top priority at the firm. LawPay is used by 50,000 attorneys nationwide to take client payments, and it is only online payment system recommended by 48 state bar associations in the United States. LawPay uses cryptography and encryption to secure your sensitive information, and it undergoes quarterly scans and comprehensive annual audits by qualified security assessors. LawPay has the highest level security data protection rating for payment processing of Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express cards, which is Level 1 Payment Card Industry ("PCI") Compliance. For more information on LawPay's data security, please review the AffiniPay (LawPay's parent company) PCI Compliance Attestation, which is current with the latest industry standards updated in April 2016.
Do Online Payments Made with LawPay Provide a Receipt?
Yes. Receipts are instantly generated on your screen after you complete the payment information and click submit payment. The receipt is also emailed to you, so when you complete the payment information, make sure you list a working email address that you can access. The firm immediately receives electronic notice of payments made with LawPay, and your payment is automatically applied to your account because of integration with our billing software.
Does The Firm Charge for Online Payments?
No. Clients pay no extra cost for making online payments. The firm pays $180 each year to use LawPay, and the firm also pays credit card processing fees (1.95% for Visa, MasterCard, and Discover and 2.95% for American Express and other specialty cards).