Court Account Management Inc. (CAM) is an accounts receivable management company that handles and processes monies owed to superior, district and municipal courts. Our system streamlines the time payment process for both the court and the defendant, providing an end-to-end payment solution that is fast and convenient for all parties involved.

By avoiding the cost and workload of processing time payments internally, court entities save valuable amounts of time and money, while defendants benefit from our numerous payment options and easy to understand billing statements that allow them to easily track all court debts and past payments.

We understand every Court is different and has very precise and specific requirements.  The specialists at CAM will custom design a time-payment collection program tailored to your specific Court needs, built around your definition of the ideal agency relationship.





What are CAM’S hours of operation?

CAM is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, Pacific Coast Time.
CAM is closed weekends and Holidays.

What are my payment options?

CAM accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, personal check, money order, cashier check and check by phone.  We also accept cash payment, but please note our “exact change only” policy; payment must be for the specific amount required (CAM does not make change).

What if I can’t come to the office in person to make my payment?

You can make your payment over the phone, mail in your payment, or pay online

How much do I have to pay to establish a payment plan?

This is based on the amount that you owe. Call CAM to establish a monthly payment amount.

Can payment plan fees be waived or negotiated?

No: fees are mandatory for administration and management of your payment plan.

When is my payment plan reported?

Time Payment Agreements and payments are reported daily to the proper Authorities.

How do I find out if I have a license suspension?

CAM does not have access to this information; please contact Washington State Department of Licensing.

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What happens if my due date falls on a weekend or holiday?

Payment can be made online on the required due date, or it is due at the CAM office the prior business day.

How often will I receive a statement?

CAM sends out quarterly account statements.

Can I make an extra payment?

Yes, however, an additional or larger payment made in one month will not change the required payment due the next month.

If I cannot afford to make my monthly payment, can I call and skip a payment?

No, a consecutive payment is due each month until the balance is paid in full.

What happens if my payment is late?

If a payment is not received on or before the payment due date, a late fee will be assessed to the account balance. There is no grace period.

Can I make a partial payment?

If a payment is not received on or before the payment due date, a late fee will be assessed to the account balance. There is no grace period.

When is my payment plan placed into default status?

Failure to pay fifteen days after your payment due date may result in default and plan cancellation.

What happens if I do not make my payment in the month that it is due?

A late fee and a reinstatement fee will be assessed to your account balance.

How do I restore a defaulted payment plan?

Once in default, it may not be possible to re-establish a Time Payment Agreement (TPA) with CAM. If your violation qualifies for a TPA, then all missed payments and fees must be paid in one lump-sum to bring your account current.



Contact Information

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Corporate Office

1677 2nd Ave SW
Tumwater, WA 98512


PO Box 15090
Tumwater, WA 98511

Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri 8:30 to 5:00

Toll Free Phone

(800) 311-3056

Local Phone

(360) 292-4270