Starting Monday, July 2, 2018, MOCAS customers will no longer be allowed to submit credit card payments to repay "debt" owed to the government via Pay.gov.
FAQ web link
Pay.gov is a United States Treasury website that allows contractors and vendors to make secure electronic remittances to DFAS.
- Free, fast and easy to use: No cost account set up and within a few easy steps, you can pay your DFAS bills electronically in minutes.
- Secure online access: No risk of compromised account information due to lost mail or hackers.
- Convenient 24/7 access: Access Pay.gov anywhere, anytime.
- Immediate remittances: Eliminate paper checks and avoid potential interest charges by delayed mail delivery.
- Single Entry or multiple remittance options available: Create a login account and store your debit/credit card or checking/savings account information for future or recurring remittances.
Change in pay.gov maximum allowed credit card amounts:
Currently, U.S. Treasury has an established maximum transaction amount of $49,999.99 for credit card payments made through Pay.gov. Beginning June 1, 2015 the Credit Card Limitation is being reduced from $49,999.99 to $24,999.99. For more information on this change please click here...
For a single remittance page click here:
To establish an account for recurring remittances:
Select the “Click Here to Register” link under “Should I Register” to create an account.
If you have questions please contact the DFAS Customer Care Center at 1-800-756-4571 or email here.
Page updated July 03, 2018.