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Mt. Vernon introduces new online utility bill payment

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MT. VERNON,Ill-- The City of Mt. Vernon has created a new website that will allow customers to view information concerning their utility account.

Customers will be able to view their latest bill, check the payment amount due and the due date, provide access to their transaction history and consumption history.

For the convenience of the customers, they'll be able to make one-time payments, schedule payments or setup automatic payments.

When making payments online, customers will have a convenience fee of 2.95% and an online payment fee of $1.25.

Customers can choose to opt out of the online service and continue making payments by cash or check at city hall.

They can also setup an auto draft from their bank account and receive an electronic copy of their bill through email.

Customer interested in the online service should click here and register their accounts. To do so, you'll will need a valid email address, their utility account number and the amount of their last payment.

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