Why touchless payments matter more than ever

Courts and jails are slowly opening up more. As they do, they have to navigate social distancing protocols and trying to ensure safety and health of everyone possible. It is time to start rethinking payment solutions. Currently, courts are paying jurors with either paper checks or paper money. CourtFunds offers electronic, touchless payments that allow ...

2021-10-12T10:11:38-06:00June 3, 2020|CourtFunds, Electronic Payments|

Electronic payments: saving you time and money

Electronic payments are becoming more possible and popular as technology advances. In this digital world, anyone receiving payments prefer to receive it electronically. This offers recipients the freedom to move and control with their funds on mobile devices and online. Moreover, 94% of people surveyed prefer a Push-to-Card or ACH disbursement instead of a paper ...

2021-10-12T10:11:38-06:00May 27, 2020|CourtFunds, Electronic Payments|

Virtual courts could be our new reality

When virtual courts can be utilized COVID-19 has dramatically changed how courts proceed with trials. Virtual courts have become more prevalent and helped lower the number of back-logged cases. However, only the trials that do not require juries have been able to be moved online. Bench trials do not have a jury. The judge weighs ...

2021-09-23T13:34:32-06:00May 13, 2020|Business Trends, CourtFunds|

Clayton County’s Testimonial: Switch to CourtFunds!

CourtFunds' sales representatives are here to guide you through every step from inquiry to your “go live” date and beyond. We have streamlined the process to be as easy as possible for you and your payee. Should you ever run into any problems or have further questions, our 24/7 support team is here for you ...

2021-10-12T10:11:38-06:00May 6, 2020|CourtFunds|

CourtFunds: your solution to budget cuts

Save during budget cuts COVID-19 has interrupted business so strongly many are preparing for a recession. When a recession occurs, budget cuts are sure to follow. CourtFunds is here to help save your county money when court functions open again. Forbes lists several ways to prepare for a post-coronavirus recession: Get a grip on financial ...

2021-09-23T13:36:48-06:00April 29, 2020|CourtFunds|

Check fraud problems and solutions

Who commits fraud? Fraud is a broad term for a lot of sub-categories; not only does fraud affect individuals, it also affects every industry. Customer fraud, cybercrime, asset misappropriation, and bribery and corruption have the highest frequency of overall fraud experience. The perpetrator could be an internal worker, external to the company, or cooperation between ...

2021-10-12T10:11:38-06:00April 22, 2020|Business Trends, CourtFunds|

Stay productive when working at home

Working from home, and being productive, looks different for everyone. Some relish in being able to work from home, and others dread it. Not having a dedicated workspace, having lax boundaries and schedules, as well as feeling isolated from coworkers are the biggest contributors to low productivity levels. The first step to being productive is ...

2021-09-14T13:42:35-06:00April 15, 2020|CourtFunds|

How COVID-19 is affecting courts and jails

What happens to necessary government functions when a pandemic occurs? Courts and jails have had to adjust normal functions to slow the spread of COVID-19 (also known as the Corona Virus). Where possible, many businesses have required employees to work remotely in the safety of their home to lower virus transmission. This has provided a ...

Best court website links

From our friends over at NCSC we have listed a great resource of web links specifically for courts. Court access: Center on Court Access to Justice for All Language Access Court performance measures and statistics: CourtMD CourTools Court Statistics Project Judicial election and performance: Center for Judicial Ethics Election Law Program Judicial Salary Tracker Judicial ...

2021-10-12T10:11:38-06:00November 24, 2017|CourtFunds|
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