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What is a "purge" payment and can I send a "purge" payment to NCCSCC?

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A. If the court finds a payor/ noncustodial parent (NCP) in contempt for failing to pay his/her ordered child support obligation, the judge can set a "purge" amount that the payor/ NCP must pay to avoid serving time in jail. The payor/ NCP must make a purge payment to the entity specified by the court (often the Clerk of Court), but purge payments are not mailed directly to NCCSCC. Only money orders, certified checks, or cash are accepted as purge payments. more
dhhs.state.nc.us
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A. If the court finds a payor/noncustodial parent (NCP) in contempt for failing to pay his/her ordered child support obligation, the judge can set a "purge" amount that the payor/NCP must pay to avoid serving time in jail. The payor/NCP must make a purge payment to the entity specified by the court (often the Clerk of Court), but purge payments are not mailed directly to NCCSCC. Only money orders, certified checks, or cash are accepted as purge payments. more
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