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Frontline Pay Payment Deposit
A FRONTLINE PAY payment deposit is completed in two (2) instalments: a "Partial Payment" and "Full Payment." The first (1st) payment is a partial payment, and the second (2nd) payment is a full payment. These amounts are shown under "Remaining Balance" in your "Final Payment Schedule." You are responsible for ensuring you have sufficient funds to complete your Payment(s) on the dates specified in your Final Payment Schedule.
You DO NOT need anything to qualify for Frontline Pay; no Social Security (SSN) check, background check, or interest fees.
The Partial Payment amount is a fifty percent (50%) down payment on the total cost, at check out the total must be USD $60 or more, of any ticket(s)/merchandise purchased.
Partial Payment funds will be immediately deducted from your credit/debit card.
Service Fee and Taxes for Frontline Pay is 10% + 0.99 cents; these fees are non-negotiable and non-refundable.
The Full Payment, the remaining fifty percent (50%) of the balance after down payment, will be due on the date specified on your Final Payment Schedule.
You will not receive your ticket(s)/merchandise until full payment has been completed.
You will receive two (2) notifications: the first (1st) reminder will be sent (5) business days before your due date, and the second (2nd) reminder on the day full payment is due.
If payment is not made within the allotted period:
The transaction will be closed.
Ticket(s)/merchandise will be repossessed, restocked, and resold.
You forfeit your down payment.
NOTE:After your due date has expired and your ticket(s) repossessed, you will still have the option to login to your account and complete your full payment IF THE TICKET IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. Frontline does not guarantee the availability of tickets nor are we responsible for any tickets after they have been repossessed.
Service Fee and Taxes for Frontline Pay after the due date is 15% + 0.99 cents; these fees are non-negotiable and non-refundable