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Donations - Card Payments (UPDATED)


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Dear All

 

A big thank you to all those members who have donated towards the cost of running the forum! Without your contribution we wouldn't have a forum.

 

We are constantly looking for ways to improve the forum and to this end we have managed to secure an inexpensive way to accept Debit & Credit cards directly without going through PayPal. All payments are handled by a third party, SumUp. ATFOTF will not have anything to do with your card - We send you a link by email, text message or Forum Private Message, you click the link, pay and we receive your donation. 

 

SumUp's security and privacy can be read in full here https://help.sumup.com/en-GB/sections/7146miK0WDvQOCxF7kENgh-security-privacy But basically it is means your card details and payments have full protection.

 

As this method is new to us, we will run it for a trial period. If anyone would like to use this method (either for new donations or renewing an existing one) please email Bill (admin@fun-fairs.co.uk) or send him a PM (Bill Edwards) indicating how you would like to receive your personal link - email, Private Message or Text Message and he'll do the rest. As it's new, if you use this method feedback, whilst not compulsory would be appreciated.

 

Again thanks for all your support.

 

The Team

 

EDIT - We should say that this is an ADDITIONAL method of payment. We can now accept payment by PayPal, Cash, Cheque, Bank Transfer and Debit/Credit Card

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  • Bill Edwards changed the title to Donations - Card Payments (UPDATED)
Bill Edwards

Unfortunately SumUp have now decided that we don't fit their business model and have withdrawn this service :(

 

Payment can still be made by PayPal, Cash, Cheque or Bank Transfer :)

 

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