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Date Posted: Tue, February 23, 02:36:29pm
Author: Mom
Subject: Re: Toronto Gracie omalley feis, paying via us funds, is US check ok? Or can etransfer fund site work without a host bank?
In reply to: 2boysmom 's message, "Toronto Gracie omalley feis, paying via us funds, is US check ok? Or can etransfer fund site work without a host bank?" on Fri, February 19, 07:47:49pm

So are you saying that US dancers can't pay with the e-transfer that is listed on their website? I was just going to register my dad and were in the US. With the Feis being next weekend I don't think I have time to pay by check.

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  • My suggestion would be for the feis committee to set up a PayPal account with their email address. Then US and Canadian competitors alike can easily transfer funds. The current system excludes international competitors because Interac email transfers require a source bank based in Canada. (NT) -- Easy to set up PayPal, Wed, February 24, 07:23:33am
  • Yes, easy - but paypal charges a 3% fee - that's a lot of money for a not for profit org -- that would be my guess, Wed, February 24, 09:26:32am

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