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|ISE Membership Terms & Conditions|
Below are the Institute of Student Employers (ISE) terms and conditions for membership. If you have any queries about the below, please contact the membership team on email@example.com.
Where payment is required for any of the ISE’s products and/or services acceptable methods of payment consist of: Cash, Personal Cheque with Bankers Card, all major Credit/Debit Cards, Bankers Draft or BACS Transfer. Our terms are payment in full within thirty days for all services other than membership, and payment in full within sixty days for membership. All goods remain the property of the Institute until paid for in full.
Returned cheques will incur a £25 charge to cover banking fees and administrative costs. In an instance of a second returned cheque, the Institute reserves the right to terminate the arrangement and may insist on cash transactions only for future purchases. In such circumstances all bookings and/or transactions and agreements entered into will cease with immediate effect until such a time as any and all outstanding monies are recovered in full.
ISE membership is a rolling agreement which will automatically renew each year on the anniversary of the date the membership.
Membership is taken out on behalf of an organisation (unless it is an individual membership) and thus the organisation is liable for payment of all ISE invoices. Membership shall be fully effective when full payment of the membership fee has been received. Membership payment terms are 60 days from the date of the invoice. If after 60 days no payment has been received, your membership may be suspended at our discretion. During this time no membership benefits will be available. Once payment has been received full membership benefits will resume.
If a member organisation wishes to cancel their membership after the 60 days payment terms, i.e. part way through the membership year, this must be done in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or 6 Bath Place, Rivington Street, EC2A 3JE. The member organisation will then be liable to pay their membership fee pro rata, for the period of time elapsed between the date of renewal and written notification of cancellation.
Change of contacts
It is the responsibility of the member organisation to ensure that membership is transferred should the original contact leave their role. As the membership is taken out on behalf of the organisation, if subscription payments have not been received within 60 days, the organisation is still liable to settle any outstanding invoices.
Membership benefits will not be available until payment has been received. This can be done by credit card (which would allow for immediate membership) or an invoice can be sent. The payment terms are 60 days and during this time no membership benefits would be available until payment has been received.