Payment Methods. The Service reserves the right to select the method in which to remit funds on your behalf to your Xxxxxx. These payment methods may include, but may not be limited to, an electronic payment, an electronic to check payment, or a laser draft payment. (funds remitted to the Xxxxxx are deducted from your Payment Account when the laser draft is presented to your financial institution for payment).
Payment Methods. The City may pay invoices via wire transfer, check, or ACH transfer. Subscription Services may also be paid by credit card.
Payment Methods. Please take note that THABA ECO HOTEL is a cashless environment. In an ongoing endeavour to ensure that all The Hotel guests and staff enjoy themselves in a safe and secure environment, The Hotel has become a cashless environment. To ensure that this security measure does not cause any inconvenience, please take note of the following: Only payment by Debit or Credit Card, Zapper, SnapScan and EFT is acceptable for all transactions. Should The Client wish to make a deposit or final payment in cash, they must deposit the funds at any Standard Bank branch and e-mail proof of payment to The Hotel’s Event Coordinator. Under no circumstances will The Hotel accept any cash payment for a deposit or final payment. The Hotel will accept the payment as valid once The Hotel receives The Client’s faxed or emailed proof of payment and this payment reflects on the The Hotel bank statement. Banking details: Account Name Bank Branch THABA ECO HOTEL Standard Bank The Xxxx Xxxxxx Code 006005 Account Number Reference Swift Code 002859572 YOUR BLOCK ID (Located on Pro Forma Invoice) XXXXXXXX (International Clients) All forms of credit card and pin-based bank cards are accepted by The Hotel to ensure that guests using the facilities comply with our cashless environment. The Hotel have acquired several additional swipe machines to secure transactions at the guest’s tables.
Payment Methods. The Contractor shall provide at least the following options for making payment: Check; Money order; Automatic payroll deduction; Cash; On-line payment via web portal; Unlimited electronic check or debit card payment via telephone; Automatic draft withdrawal from a designated account; Automated Clearinghouse (ACH); and Electronic funds transfer. The cash payment process shall be available through a statewide network of banks or other entities in the business to handle/accept payments. In the case of a member with multiple employers, the Contractor is only required to provide the payroll deduction option for one of the member’s employers at any given time. As an example, if the member changes employers, the member shall be permitted to make payments via payroll deduction with the new employer; however, if a person has multiple jobs, it is only required that the Contractor be able to accept one payment via payroll deduction at a time. Innovation by the Contractor in assuring the collection of member payments is highly desired. Because POWER Account contributions are used to fund HIP members’ $2,500 deductible, HIP conditionally eligible and fully eligible members shall be permitted to pre-pay some or all of their POWER Account contribution for the coverage period upon request at any time, including with their initial payment. Although additional payments may fully offset future billing, this does not relieve the Contractor’s responsibility to send monthly invoices reflecting the amount due and credits on the account.
Payment Methods. We reserve the right to select the method in which to remit funds on your behalf to your payees. These payment methods may include, but may not be limited to, an electronic payment, an electronic check payment (where the check is drawn off our third party service provider’s account), or a demand draft payment (where a negotiable instrument is created and drawn off of your Payment Account).