Why choose direct debit?

9th April 2013


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With the often busy nature of environment management roles, it can be easy to overlook paying for your annual IEMA membership renewal, particularly if your employer is covering part of the costs

However, forgetting to pay means that your membership will lapse halting your access to features such as iema.net, the environmentalist, environmentalistonline.com and member-only webinars, as well as removing your professional suffix (AIEMA, MIEMA CEnv, for example).

Opting to renew your membership via direct debit can take all of the hassle out of the renewal process and help you to plan your finances in advance.

IEMA offers a direct debit service for annual renewal payments, which ensures that after the Institute receives your direct debit mandate you need do nothing else. Payment will be taken on your renewal date, ensuring that your membership remains active, as will your access to all features and services.

The direct debit service is particularly useful for members who work away from their main address and are not always aware of the date by which their membership must be renewed.

Accompanying your April issue of the environmentalist is a form for you to set up a direct debit instruction.

If you wish to make your future payments simpler and quicker, simply fill in the form and return it to IEMA at the address provided. No further action is required and your membership is taken care of for another year.

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