New online payment portal coming soon

30th June 2015


From 3 August, IEMA members will be able to renew their membership using the institute's new online portal. Online renewal is the modern way to pay, and the portal will provide a quick, simple and efficient way for members to pay their annual subscription.

Although the portal will be fast and easy to use, it is not the most convenient way to renew. Direct debit remains best. It is completely automatic and means members will always have constant access to their membership benefits. Direct debits take the hassle out of renewal; sign up and you will never again have to remember to call to pay or go online to renew. It is also the most cost-effective way to renew; switch and you will get a £5 discount off your renewal fee for the first direct debit payment.

However, the portal also makes signing up for direct debit easier than ever. You will no longer need to fill in, sign and submit a paper form as the online platform will put you in complete control of your sign-up. This also means that when you set up your direct debit it will be the last time you will ever have to login to sort your payment.

After 3 August, IEMA will be removing the annual renewal reminder letter. Instead, members will receive a reminder by e-mail. This will help
IEMA save at least 15,000 sheets of A4 paper each year – that is equivalent to an average-size tree and will save 150,000 litres of water!

The institute’s current online renewal system will be available until the new portal goes live, so members can still visit iema.net/membership-renewing to pay or find out how to set up a direct debit.

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