|Methods of Payment|
Paying your fee can be done in one of the following ways.
We always confirm through e-mail when we have received a payment.
Online, using a credit card
Online, via PayPal
Online, via Moneybookers
National bank/post transfer
Go to the bank or post, and make the actual payment. As description, write your ticket number (or user number or name if you are extending your membership).
Please add 1.50 CHF if you pay cash at the post office.
Post account: 87-152151-5
(or give cash to Ramakanta)
If you paid for more than just yourself, e-mail us ( ) the user names and (if possible) user numbers (and also the amounts if not everyone pays the same amount).
European Postal Money Order
As the name indicates, you arrange this is in your local post office. The cards are pink and are both in your local language and in French, which shows that this is a very old way of transferring money. It is actually used quite rarely nowadays, but it is a very secure way to send money, and often not expensive either.
For "Montant en monnaie étrangère" (amount in foreign currency), write the amount in CHF which you need to pay. If your country is not using the CHF yet, please ask the post clerk how much you need to pay in your local currency in order to reach that amount in CHF.
As "bénéficiaire" write:
On the backside of the "Coupon" (the left part, which will be given to us) write your ticket number and/or your user name.
Sending cash money
Unless the laws in your country strictly forbid it, you may send cash money in an envelope. Most countries do allow such small amounts. But none accept coins.
You may wish to send your letter registered, but it is not required as far as we are concerned. If you do not trust the post, you may consider to send a European Postal Money Order instead of cash.
Foreign money bills which are for some reason not accepted by our foreign exchange agent are sent back to your at a charge of 1.50 CHF. Therefore, send fresh looking money bills. It has happened especially with dollar bills that we had to send them back because they were considered too worn out. Remember that the exchange agent resells them to other customers, so the bills need to look decent.
Also never send coins of any currency whatsoever, not even CHF!!
Send the money, wrapped in a piece of newspaper (no carbon paper nor aluminum foil please), along with a paper stating your user number(s) and user name(s) to the following address:
(best is Swiss Franc (CHF), but EUR, USD, CAD, AUD, NZD, GBP etc. are accepted)
If you wonder if your local currency is acceptable, contact us first
International bank transfer (wire transfer)
In Europe send Euros via SEPA, otherwise send CHF (Swiss francs). As description, write your user number or devotee name.
Tell the bank that you will pay all the costs for the transfer. If you don't tell them, we will have to reduce the subscription period(s) according to the amount of bank charges.
The bank details are:
Then write us ( ) an e-mail explaining that you made a bank transfer, and tell us the user name(s) and if possible also user number(s) (and also the amounts if not everyone pays the same amount).
You can also pay to following persons:
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