Fort Knox National Company (FKNC), a US-based ePayments processor, has announced the upcoming release of its new TruePay electronic payment program. The firm said TruePay will enable users to benefit from payment outsource strategies used by Fortune 500 lenders to improve collections and reduce delinquencies. The TruePay program combines FKNC’s telephone and Internet payment technologies ‘into a multi-channel, unified solution for bill payment’. When using TruePay, customer service representatives and collectors can transfer customers to an outsourced payment center without being burdened by payment origination. TruePay also provides consumer-direct payment options, allowing customers to expedite next day payments by phone or Internet.
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