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MRIS, March 30, 2009-Did you know that MRIS’ new Online Payment Service allows you to conveniently make payments for a balance due, update credit card information, change your billing email address, view invoices and more? This week, we are featuring instructions on how you can update your billing information and make payments using the new system.

Log into the MRIS Web site and click My Account. Under the Modify Your Account Settings topic, click Update Billing and Make Payments. If you currently have no Balance there will be an Update Billing link.

Update Your Billing Information in Four Easy Steps:

Step 1
When you click the Update Billing link, you will be able to fill in your billing address, city, postal code, primary phone and billing email address. If this information is already on file, it will be auto-populated in the fields. Now you can enter your credit/debit card information and check the box to authorize recurring payments for future fees and click the Proceed button.

Step 2
Verify the information; make sure everything was entered to your satisfaction. If the information is correct, click the Confirm button.

Step 3
The Update Billing Submission button authorizes MRIS to change the information on file. Click the Update Billing button to finish.

Step 4
The next screen you see confirms that the billing information was updated. You will receive a confirmation email (sent to the designated billing email address). The next scheduled billing will use this information.

It’s fast and easy!

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