(You may need to use your browser's back arrow to return to the previous page)
"Recurring Payment" gives you our best rate -- $60/year. These terms: "Recurring payment,” “subscription” and/or “automatic payment” -- are all referred to on this site as a “Recurring Payment.” Much the same as a magazine subscription or health club dues, a “Recurring Payment’ is for a specific period of time – one year – and renews automatically at the end of the year by charging the same credit/debit card account used to pay the initial fee/invoice.
When you pay by “Recurring Payment,” your credit/debit card will be charged the stated fee today and the same credit/debit card will be automatically charged the same amount again one year from today. You will receive an e-mail reminder before the renewal fee is charged to your account. If there are insufficient funds in your account at the time of the automatic renewal, you will be notified and a second attempt will be made (a day or two later) to charge the same account.
"Non-Recurring Payment" is $90/year. A "Non-Recurring Payment is any type of payment that IS NOT a "Recurring Payment." Payment by check or money order are “Non-Recurring Payments.” Payment with a debit or credit card may also be a “Non-Recurring Payment” if the debit or credit card is used to manually enter payment. Each year you will receive an invoice, but you will need to open the email and manually enter your credit/debit card information to make your payment.
Many of our clients want (or must have) "Non-Recurring Payment." Non-profit organizations, for example, may be required to remit payment via check, rather than by credit card. A “Non-Recurring Payment” arrangement charges the annual fee to a credit/debit card today. Your annual fee will come due on this day next year, but the fee WILL NOT be automatically charged to the credit/debit card you use today. You will receive a notice via email approximately one week before your renewal date, reminding you to pay the fee for the next year. You may remit payment online using the same credit/debit card as last time, or you may use a new credit/debit card, or you may mail in a check or money order.