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Cover your trash bill online with GUAMPAY.com

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Residents can now pay for trash collection services using the World Wide Web.  The Guam Solid Waste Management Division launched its official online payment system of the Government of Guam today, which is available at GUAMPAY.com. Residents can also register on the Solid Waste Receivership Information Center website. Once customers set up their individual accounts, they can then use their Visa or MasterCard, or cover their bills through their checking account.

Customers can still pay by mail or in person at the Treasurer of Guam, Bank of Guam, Bank Pacific or Citizens Security Bank/ANZ.  

Gershman, Brickner & Bratton principal associate David L. Manning stated, "Access to this online payment service was temporarily interrupted as we implemented the new billing system and we are pleased that customers once again have this option available to them." He adds, "It is another step toward implementing the new customer service system of the Solid Waste Management Division."

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