Form 6A002E "Texas Child Support Direct Deposit Authorization Form" - Texas

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TEXAS Child Support Disbursement Unit DIRECT DEPOSIT Authorization Form
DIRECT DEPOSIT
Child support payments you receive from the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit (TXCSDU) may be sent to you by
direct deposit.
If you want all payments you receive from the TXCSDU to be directly deposited to your financial institution, complete the
Direct Deposit Authorization Form using the following instructions. With the exception of your signature, type or print the
requested information.
If you need help with completing the Direct Deposit Authorization Form, contact the TXCSDU between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, at 1-800-252-8014. You may also request assistance from your financial institution in completing the
form.
Return the form to: TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT DISBURSEMENT UNIT, P. O. BOX 659400, SAN ANTONIO, TX 78265
Keep these instructions and a copy of the completed form for your records.
If you do not provide all the information requested, the TXCSDU may not be able to process your Authorization Form.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT DIRECT DEPOSIT
1. How secure and reliable is direct deposit?
Direct deposit is very safe and reliable. It allows money to be electronically transferred from the TXCSDU to your financial
institution. Direct deposit eliminates the possibility of lost or stolen checks. With direct deposit, there are no mail delays and no
check cashing fees to pay.
2. What do I do if I want to change financial institutions or stop my direct deposit?
Written requests are required for any change or to stop direct deposit. You must call 1-800-252-8014 for a TXCSDU Authorization
Form. Failure to do so may result in a disruption of service.
3. How do I sign up for direct deposit?
To sign up for direct deposit, complete the attached Direct Deposit Authorization Form. Instructions are at the top of this form to
assist you in completing this form. Make sure you include the financial institution routing number, account number, account type and
a voided check or letter from your financial institution with your form.
4. How long does it take to set up direct deposit?
Once the TXCSDU receives your Authorization Form for direct deposit, please allow thirty (30) days for the conversion from check
to direct deposit.
5. How will I know when my payments are being paid by direct deposit instead of by check?
Using your CIN # you can verify whether the TXCSDU has sent a payment to your financial institution via direct deposit. You can
call the Payment Information Line at 1-800-252-8014. In most cases, funds will be available in your bank account two to three
business days after the payment is received at the TXCSDU.
6. Will I be notified when money is deposited in my account?
The TXCSDU will not send you a notice each time a payment is deposited to your account. You can verify that a payment was
deposited to your account by calling 1-800-252-8014 and/or your financial institution automated system.
November 2014
Form 6A002e
TEXAS Child Support Disbursement Unit DIRECT DEPOSIT Authorization Form
DIRECT DEPOSIT
Child support payments you receive from the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit (TXCSDU) may be sent to you by
direct deposit.
If you want all payments you receive from the TXCSDU to be directly deposited to your financial institution, complete the
Direct Deposit Authorization Form using the following instructions. With the exception of your signature, type or print the
requested information.
If you need help with completing the Direct Deposit Authorization Form, contact the TXCSDU between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, at 1-800-252-8014. You may also request assistance from your financial institution in completing the
form.
Return the form to: TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT DISBURSEMENT UNIT, P. O. BOX 659400, SAN ANTONIO, TX 78265
Keep these instructions and a copy of the completed form for your records.
If you do not provide all the information requested, the TXCSDU may not be able to process your Authorization Form.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT DIRECT DEPOSIT
1. How secure and reliable is direct deposit?
Direct deposit is very safe and reliable. It allows money to be electronically transferred from the TXCSDU to your financial
institution. Direct deposit eliminates the possibility of lost or stolen checks. With direct deposit, there are no mail delays and no
check cashing fees to pay.
2. What do I do if I want to change financial institutions or stop my direct deposit?
Written requests are required for any change or to stop direct deposit. You must call 1-800-252-8014 for a TXCSDU Authorization
Form. Failure to do so may result in a disruption of service.
3. How do I sign up for direct deposit?
To sign up for direct deposit, complete the attached Direct Deposit Authorization Form. Instructions are at the top of this form to
assist you in completing this form. Make sure you include the financial institution routing number, account number, account type and
a voided check or letter from your financial institution with your form.
4. How long does it take to set up direct deposit?
Once the TXCSDU receives your Authorization Form for direct deposit, please allow thirty (30) days for the conversion from check
to direct deposit.
5. How will I know when my payments are being paid by direct deposit instead of by check?
Using your CIN # you can verify whether the TXCSDU has sent a payment to your financial institution via direct deposit. You can
call the Payment Information Line at 1-800-252-8014. In most cases, funds will be available in your bank account two to three
business days after the payment is received at the TXCSDU.
6. Will I be notified when money is deposited in my account?
The TXCSDU will not send you a notice each time a payment is deposited to your account. You can verify that a payment was
deposited to your account by calling 1-800-252-8014 and/or your financial institution automated system.
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Form 6A002e
TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT DIRECT DEPOSIT
Authorization Form
Please attach a Voided Check or Letter from Financial Institution and Sign the bottom of this form prior to Mailing Back to:
TXCSDU, P.O. Box 659400, San Antonio, TX 78265
Please Print or Type
1.
Direct Deposit Action Requested: (Check One)
Attach Voided Check or Deposit Slip Here
Start
Change
Stop
For accuracy please verify information with your financial institution for
items 2-5
2.
Account Type: (Check One)
Checking
Savings
3.
Account Number:
4.
Transit Routing Number: (9 Digits)
Please contact your financial institution for this number
5.
Name of Financial Institution:
Mailing Address:
Telephone:
6.
Name of Payee: (last, first, middle) Custodial Parent
7.
Name of Payor: (last, first, middle) Non-Custodial Parent
8.
County assigned Cause Number (see Court order):
9.
Payee Address: (Number and Street) City, State and Zip Code
10. Payee Telephone Numbers:
Work:
Home:
11. Payee Social Security Number: (Custodial Parent)
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-
12. Signature: (Custodial Parent)
Date:
Signature above signifies agreement with terms and conditions below.
By signing this authorization form, I consent to the policy of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for recovering money sent to me in error. Money
sent to me in error, NOT repaid within 30 days of notice of overpayment, will be withheld from future child support payments.
I authorize the financial institution to accept the deposit for my account and to make adjustments to my account to correct any error relating to
the deposit.
I agree and understand that this authorization for direct deposit revokes OAG form 1A004, Authorization for Release of Information with
respect to redirection of child support payments.
This authorization form will remain in effect until revoked by me in writing or canceled by the financial institution and supersedes any
existing instructions concerning my child support direct deposit. I also understand that I have a responsibility to provide a written request to
discontinue the deposit. To discontinue direct deposit and provide a mailing address for future payments I must call 1-800-252-8014 to request
an authorization form. The authorization form should be returned to the TXCSDU, P. O. Box 659400, San Antonio, TX 78265.
I agree that the TXCSDU will have no responsibility for personal checks written against my account prior to the funds being available in my
account, and my account will be administered in accordance with the rules and regulations of the financial institution.
WARNING: This is a governmental document. Texas Penal Code, Section 37.10 specifies penalties for making false entries or providing false
information in the document.
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