PaymentOptions

We have several payment options for you to choose from to pay for your deposit, initial and last payments:

  • Credit or Debit Card
    • Requires a 3% surcharge
  • Zelle
    • Instant payment.  Has a daily limit.
  • Venmo

These payment options provide with an efficient way to submit your payment, secure your appointment, and lock in your date and promotional offers.

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Credit/Debit Card

You can submit your payments with any mayor credit card over the telephone by calling our Managing partner and Patient Coordinator Salvador at: (800) 351-4790.

Note: Requires a 3% surcharge.

Advantages:

Secure your appointment immediately after payment and receive confirmation of payment by email within 5 minutes.

Zelle

Zelle is a method of making payments that lets you send money easily, quickly and securely from your own bank account to anyone you choose. To use Zelle, if your bank offers it, all you need to send money is the other person’s email address or phone number. Zelle doesn’t charge any fees.

Zelle transactions typically only take a few minutes.

NOTE: If you have never used Zelle, please contact your bank and request to increase your daily sending limit if you wish to pay over $500 USD.

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Venmo

Venmo is an American mobile payment service founded in 2009 and owned by PayPal since 2012. Venmo is often used to make payments ranging from $1 USD to $5,000 USD.

Note: Has. daily limit.  Please contact your bank to raise limit.  Only requires email or phone number to securely pay for services or send money to friends and family.

You can call our front desk at 1 800 351 4790 Mon – Sat 10am – 8pm, email us at info@drjosemoguel.mx or fill the Contact Form

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