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As of July 1, 2015, the New Jersey Department of Environmental
Protection (NJDEP) will be transitioning from a transaction fee
model to a convenience fee model for accepting credit card
payments. Please note that NJDEP will continue to offer electronic
check (eCheck/EFT) and Bill Me Later (available on some services)
payment options completely free of any transaction charges.
Starting July 1, 2015, if you select Pay via Credit Card, you will
be transferred to the new credit card processing web page. This
page will display a line item for the NJDEP fee and a separate
Service Fee line item representing the credit card convenience fee
to be charged. Please be aware that your credit card statement will
only contain one line item for the total amount being applied to
your credit card. The credit card convenience fee will appear as a
charge (but not a separate line item) on your credit card
statement. For example, if the DEP fee is $50.00, the charge on
your credit card will appear as $51.95 (convenience fee = $1.95).
The convenience fee is 1.9% of the amount being charged +
NJDEP Online suggests Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 9, or
10.0 in Compatibility Mode, or Mozilla Firefox version 26 or later
to operate correctly. It may not work with any other web browsers
such as Google Chrome or Apple Safari. Failure to upgrade to the
correct browser version may cause data to display incorrectly and
may disable some features.
NOTICE: For optimal performance,
it is advised to maintain only one Internet Explorer or Firefox
browser window or tab when using the NJDEP Online System.
Microsoft has ended support of the Windows XP operating system.
As the operating system gets older, any security problems that
arise will not be addressed. Therefore, NJDEP will no longer be
supporting this operating system and Internet Explorer versions
older than Version 9. At this time we cannot guarantee users
employing Windows XP or Internet Explorer older than version 9 will
be able to successfully complete online services. For users of the
E2 component of NJDEP Online, only Internet Explorer Version 9, or
10.0 in Compatibility Mode may be used at this time.