Pay Your Fines Online!

September 21, 2009 at 4:20 pm Leave a comment

ecommerceThe Denton Public Library is now accepting credit card payments over the Internet for fines. Customers who have accrued late fees or lost materials will see a “Pay Fines” button when they log into their account from home.

After accessing and choosing “My Account,” customers login and are able to see what they have checked out, their request lists, and if they owe any outstanding balance on materials. By clicking the “Pay Fines” button, they will be directed to a secure form where they can settle all or part of their account with a credit card. At this time, only Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

“This is another way for users outside of the library to access us virtually,” says Director of Libraries Eva Poole. “We aren’t charging customers a service fee to use this service, and hope it will offer those who want privacy regarding their fines a new option.”

For more information on this new resource, visit the Denton Public Library, call 940.349.8752 or see the library’s Web site at

For other news items on the City of Denton, visit our website at,  go to Quick Information and click on Press Releases.

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