Yes. If your case was assigned to Linebarger, Goggan, Blair and Sampson, you will need to contact them and arrange for payments directly with the agency. If you choose to make payment in full, or pay off your payment plan, you can do so in person at the Clerk’s Customer Service locations, or directly with the agency.
To make a payment directly with the collections agency, you have the option to make a payment online, by phone, or by mail. For more information, please visit their website at www.lgbs.com or call 844-624-9435.
To make a payment with the Clerk’s Office, you have the option to make a payment by telephone, by mail, or by visiting one or our 2 customer service locations. Acceptable payments are cash, personal checks, cashier’s check, money order, or debit/credit card Please bring your collections letter with you so you are sure of the amount due.
- Lee County Justice Center, 1st Floor (Monday - Friday)
- Cape Coral Branch Office (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only)
1039 SE 9th Pl, Cape Coral, FL 33990
Possibly, in order to answer that question you will need to contact the Collections Agency named in the letter you have received in the mail.
Pursuant to Florida Statute 28.246(6), the Clerk of the Circuit Court can hire an outside collections to work on our behalf to collect outstanding monies owed to the courts. The collection firm Lee County has hired is Linebarger, Goggan, Blair and Sampson. If you have received a letter from this organization, please call them directly at 844-624-9435 or by visiting their website at www.lgbs.com. If the letter you received is not from this collections firm, please contact the Clerk’s Inspector General Hotline at 239-337-7799.