Using PayPal to pay for UKTE Events
Don't have a UK Bank Account or just too lazy to send in a check?
Want to electronically pay for a UKTE event with a UK or US Credit Card or Bank Account?
You can now use PayPal to forward us your payment. PayPal is the electronic payment system owned by EBay that is used thousands of times a day to pay for all kinds of stuff around the world.
This works GREAT for people with US credit cards/accounts, but its much easier to just mail in a check if you are paying from a UK bank Account
To use PayPal to pay for UKTE events:
O.k., even with PayPal, you must still send in payments on time for any event! This is not a back door to slide in after the fact, and if the event is sold out, your payment won't be accepted. Sorry, enough meanie stuff, on to the details...
Go to www.paypal.com and sign up for an account. Its really very easy, especially if you have US bank and credit accounts, its almost instantaneous.
Please note that to set up a PayPal account using a UK bank or credit card it will take several days, even up to a couple weeks depending on circumstances.
The payment email address for UKTE is email@example.com
There is a processes charge to UKTE for all PayPal payments, so please add £2 per payment
Follow the directions on PayPal to send a payment in £UK POUNDS (this is important!) to the email address above
Within the "notes" section of the payment page, please include any information requested on the UKTE event invite such as email, address, contact numbers, #s and types of tickets (adult, student, etc)
After you make a payment, you will get a confirmation email from PayPal when you sent your payment and another confirmation that we picked it up. Please hold on to the second one as proof of payment.
You will get a separate email from UKTE confirming your payment as well. Just can't get enough of those confirmations!
Problems with the payment? Please go through PayPal's customer service first, if you get no joy, then send UKTE an email to UKTEfirstname.lastname@example.org
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