The Ohio Attorney General's Office has the authority by law to collect debt owed to the state. The Collections Enforcement Section is responsible for collecting outstanding debt owed to the State of Ohio for state agencies, institutions, boards, commissions, public university and hospitals and local government entities.
Collections Enforcement interprets and enforces the state’s debt collection laws and is committed to provide quality collection services for the State of Ohio and to assist individuals and businesses seeking to resolve their financial obligations to the State by working matters internally or by working with private collection entities. It also operates the “offer in compromise
” program, which allows debtors to settle with the state. The section has regional offices located in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown to assist taxpayers daily with account resolution, payments and lien releases. Additionally, you can access the on-line payment systems facilitated by GovOne and Western Union SpeedPay which is accessible 24/7 or by contacting Collections Enforcement Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
at (877) 607-6400.
The Attorney General's office has created a quick, safe and reliable service that allows citizens to pay outstanding debts to the State of Ohio online. Under Ohio law, state agencies turn over their outstanding accounts to the Attorney General's office for collection. You can use this site to safely and confidentially pay outstanding obligations that have been certified to the Attorney General's office. It is our aim to make payment as convenient as possible.
Please select either vendor listed below to make your payment: