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Platinum renewal/bank transfer: is there an alternative to sending confirmation via post?
Thread poster: Michele Johnson

Michele Johnson  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 08:04
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Sep 20, 2004

I wanted to renew my platinum membership today. The bank transfer option is the most attractive for me (located in Germany), obviously since it's the only option that doesn't cost me anything. However, after typing my renewal information in, I am told the following:

Print this page and send it to this address:
ProZ.com
9405 Carousel Center
Syracuse, NY 13290 USA

So this pretty much negates the point of offering the EU wire transfer option, doesn't it? I mean, if I have to hoof it to the P.O., wait in line, and pay for an airmail stamp, I might as well pay by credit card.

Would it be possible to just fax that information? I mean, not just as an exception for me, but in general? If proz.com absolutely cannot live without that piece of paper, wouldn't it make more sense to simply provide a fax number (or an email...)?

Thanks in advance...


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xxxBrandis
Local time: 08:04
English to German
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may be you can do online banking Sep 20, 2004

Michele Johnson wrote:

I wanted to renew my platinum membership today. The bank transfer option is the most attractive for me (located in Germany), obviously since it's the only option that doesn't cost me anything. However, after typing my renewal information in, I am told the following:

Print this page and send it to this address:
ProZ.com
9405 Carousel Center
Syracuse, NY 13290 USA

So this pretty much negates the point of offering the EU wire transfer option, doesn't it? I mean, if I have to hoof it to the P.O., wait in line, and pay for an airmail stamp, I might as well pay by credit card.

Would it be possible to just fax that information? I mean, not just as an exception for me, but in general? If proz.com absolutely cannot live without that piece of paper, wouldn't it make more sense to simply provide a fax number (or an email...)?

Thanks in advance...
Yes, you can actually transfer the fee doing online banking. That costs much as same as regular transfer.Rgds,


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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 02:04
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OK, just fax it Sep 20, 2004

Yes, sending a fax would be fine. The number is +1 (315) 428-9692

Thanks for your support!


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Michele Johnson  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 08:04
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OK Sep 20, 2004

Thanks, Henry! I just faxed you - that worked great.

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