If you have not already done so, please complete the registration form before selecting your desired payment option. Please do not complete a second registration form if you have already done so. That will only create a duplicate entry and cause additional delays.
NOTE: ALL PAYMENT TRANSACTIONS/ACCOUNT UPDATES ARE PROCESSED MANUALLY. There will be a delay between making the payment and when your account is updated.
The annual subscription fee for access to the Payment Practices database is just $19.99 (€19.99 for EU subscribers - please see "Bank transfer" below) and may be paid in a variety of means. Your subscription is valid for one year from the date payment is received. Select the payment method below that best fits your situation. Please note that your subscription is not refundable for any reason once it has been activated as you are paying for access to the service. You are welcome to use the free 7-day trial before arranging for payment to test the service. If you decide to subscribe and arrange for payment before your 7-day trial has expired and then change your mind, you must request that your subscription be cancelled before expiration of the free 7-day trial).
Recurring PayPal subscription – Available in a large number of countries. If you want to set up an automatic recurring annual subscription, just click on the Subscribe icon below. You will be redirected to PayPal where you can set up an annual subscription payment. You are free to cancel the automatic renewal payment at any time at PayPal without affecting your current access to Payment Practices. If for some reason your trial period has expired but PayPal has not yet executed the transaction, just send an email to support(at)paymentpractices.net and I will gladly extend your subscription for a few days.
One-time PayPal payment or credit card (where available). You can also use a PayPal account to send a one-time subscription payment by using the Send Money option in your account. Go to your PayPal account and send the $19.99 annual subscription fee to owner(AT)paymentpractices.net. Please ensure that you include your full name so your account can be credited properly.
Skrill (formerly Moneybookers) – If you have a Skrill/Moneybookers account, you can make your payment by logging in to your account and sending $19.99 to subscriptions(AT)paymentpractices.net.
US dollar check drawn on a US bank – Mail a check for $19.99 (US banks only) payable to Payment Practices, Inc. to this address:
Payment Practices, Inc.
4515 S Prieur St
New Orleans, LA 70125-5044
If your name and current address are not preprinted on the check, please enter your username or other identifying information in the memo section of your check so your payment can be properly credited. Your subscription will be activated once your check has been received and cleared the bank (please allow 7 -14 days)
Bank transfer (in euros only) – For subscribers in Europe, particularly the EU, your best option may be to use a bank transfer in euros. Please remit €19.99 to the account below. Please ensure you include "PP Subscription" and your full name (or username) in the transfer information so your account can be properly credited. If your bank requires an address, use the mailing address above.
Bank: Postbank Frankfurt
Account holder: Ted Wozniak
Bank routing no: 50010060
Account no: 701384600
IBAN: DE42 5001 0060 0701 3846 00
If none of the above options are available to you, e.g. problems due to your country of residence, please send an email to: subscriptions(AT)paymentpractices.net with the subject line "Payment Option For Payment Practices". Please explain your situation and I will try to work out a solution that is equitable for both of us.
Unfortunately, Payment Practices does not have a merchant account that allows it to take credit card payments directly due to the high merchant fees and the very low subscription price. Credit card payments can only be made through PayPal.
If your free 7-day trial expires before your payment has been received and you need an extension for some reason, please write and explain your situation. This is often the case with the PayPal subscription if your trial subscription expires before you arrange for payment via PayPal.