RECEIVING PAYMENTS


Debit Card

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Nevada Debit Card

You will receive a Nevada Debit Card automatically when child support collections are received and disbursed.

    The card will be a Visa® Debit card issued through Bank of America, N.A.  The card is an electronic payment card; it is not a credit card. It is a prepaid debit card to which your child support payments received are directly deposited.

     
    Bank of America Debit Card Fees/Terms & Conditions

      Benefits of Nevada Debit Card:

      • Your Money Is Available Faster (or Funds Are Readily Available-No Waiting For The Mail)
      • More Reliable Than Paper Checks
      • Allows Purchases And Cash Back At Retail Stores
      • Avoid Paying Check Cashing Fees
      • May Be Used To Get Cash at ATMs
      • Ability To Pay Bills Online
      • More Debit Card Information

        Please remember—changes to your address, telephone or name must always be updated with the Nevada
        Child Support Enforcement Program.

         

        You can do this by calling:

        • Northern Nevada: 775-684-7200
        • Southern Nevada: 702-486-1646
        • Toll-Free: 800-992-0900

        If you prefer to have the funds deposited into your bank account, follow the Direct Deposit steps below. 

          Direct Deposit

          Direct Deposit is the electronic deposit of child support payments received into your bank account.

          Benefits of Direct Deposit:

          • Payments Are Directly Deposited Into Your Bank Account
          • Your Money Is Available Faster (Funds Are Readily Available-No Waiting For The Check To Come In The Mail)
          • More Reliable Than Paper Checks

            1. Select the appropriate link below to open and print the Direct Deposit Information and Authorization Agreement.
            2. Complete and sign the application, and FAX to 702-486-8592 or mail it to the address indicated on the form. If you do not have access to a printer, contact your local Child Support Office for a copy of the application.
            3. If the payments are to be deposited to a checking account, please be sure to include a copy of your voided check. If the payments are to be deposited to a savings account, please contact your bank for direct deposit instructions.
            4. NOTE: A Direct Deposit will not begin for at least 30 days from the date of your request. You will receive your child support payments via a debit card until your Direct Deposit application is processed, if requested.

            Direct Deposit Information and Authorization Agreement
            Infomación Sobre Depósito Directo Y Acuerdo De Autorización