Can I pay my fine over the phone?

Fines must be paid in-person at either Greenville Municipal Court (426 N Main Street) or the City office at the Greenville County Detention Center (20 McGee Street), by mail or online. Fines may be paid by cash, credit/debit cards, and money orders only. No personal or business checks will be accepted. If your citation is dated between July 1, 1997, and Aug. 31, 2017, the City of Greenville accepts online payment. Pay Municipal Court Fine Online 

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1. What type of payments do you accept?
2. Why won't you take my check?
3. Can I use my credit/debit card to post bail?
4. When do I have to have my fine?
5. Can my fine be deducted from monies posted for my bond?
6. What will happen if I don't pay my fine by the due date?
7. Can I just pay the amount on the warrant and not go to jail?
8. Can I pay my fine online?
9. Can I pay my fine over the phone?
10. Can I pay my ticket and still appear to plead not guilty?
11. When will I get my bond money back?
12. When will I get my money back?
13. Who gets the money on a refund?
14. What are court costs?
15. Why do I have to pay court costs when I didn't go to court?
16. Why are my court costs so high?
17. What are your hours of operation?
18. Where are you located?
19. What do I do about the officer being rude?
20. Why aren't the employees more helpful?
21. Will you call the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and tell them I paid my ticket?
22. What is the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) telephone number?