Please register or update my membership to the OPTIMISTS' MOVEMENT in the following category :
Supporting OPTIMIST : I approve your action (FREE) -> print and fax this page to +33 9 55 29 00 22
Sympathizing OPTIMIST : 25 Euros (or 25 US $) for one
Active OPTIMIST : 50 Euros (or 50 US $) for one year
Donating OPTIMIST : 100 Euros (or 100 US $) for one year
You will be informed by the mailing list. Dues-paying members will receive a receipt by traditional mail. New members are subject to acceptation by the Board of Directors of the Optimists' Movement.
agree to be a local correspondent of the OPTIMISTS in the
following area :
Additional donation to support the OPTIMISTS : Euros (or US $)
paid by (choose) : bank to bank transfer credit card cheque
Date : Signature :
Payment by credit card (in US$): 1/ fill out, print (on paper or PDF), and fax the printed paper form to +33 9 55 29 00 22 or e-mail the PDF form to firstname.lastname@example.org - 2/ click on the visa card logo and follow the instructions. Most credit cards are accepted (Visa, Mastercard, American Express...). The amount of your payment will be debited from your credit card account. Do not send your credit card number to the OPTIMISTS', please make the payment yourself as indicated by clicking on the visa card above. The transmission of your credit card number is securized by https protocol.
Payment by cheque (in Euros): fill out, print, and send this membership registration form by traditional mail with your cheque. Cheques are to be denominated in EUROS and to be drawn on a French bank. If your bank is not in France, ask your banker to prepare a cheque drawn on a French bank. Eurocheques are not accepted.
Payment by wire transfer (in Euros): 1/ fill out, print (on paper or PDF), and fax the printed paper form to +33 9 55 29 00 22 or e-mail the PDF form to email@example.com - 2/ send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for instructions concerning payment by wire transfer. You will receive instructions by e-mail.
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