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GENERAL Payment terms
Membership will not be activated until payment is received, or an active Direct Debit instruction is in place, which takes between one and four working days.
Membership subscriptions are non-refundable and non-transferable.
For overseas BACS payments any bank fees incurred must be covered by the sender.
ADDITIONAL TERMS - DIRECT DEBIT PAYERS
Membership subscriptions can be paid by Direct Debit (Annual single instalment or Monthly instalments).
A £20 discount on full Affiliate, Associate or Member/Fellow grade fees is available to members paying by Direct Debit.
Direct Debits can only be drawn from UK bank accounts.
To switch your existing membership to Direct Debit, we must receive your request to switch at least
ten working days before your next renewal date.
Direct Debit plans cannot be started or amended (other than changing bank account) during your membership term for the current membership year. They can be started or amended in time for your next membership year, with at least ten working days' notice, prior to your next renewal date (see above).
Membership subscriptions are subject to a minimum term of 12 months and any unused portion of your subscription period cannot be refunded (see General Payment Terms). Should you cancel your Direct Debit before all instalments have been collected then you will lose your Direct Debit discount and the remaining balance will become due immediately by credit or debit card.
To set up a new Direct Debit instruction please call us on 0207 631 6900 Option 1, or
YOUR MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION
We will confirm when your application to join the CIPR has been accepted with an email entitled ‘Welcome to the CIPR’.
We always endeavour to provide access to all CIPR services. However due to circumstances beyond our control we cannot guarantee this.
CIPR membership subscriptions are VAT exempt.
Membership subscriptions are tax deductible if the member is paying their own subscription.
Support for CIPR members
Iprovision is the CIPR’s benevolent fund – helping members in times of need since 1965. For more information go to www.cipr.co.uk/iprovision
To discuss any concerns about payment or your subscription please contact
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