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This is how you pay - International Baccalaureate®.
Accepted methods of paying for the meeting are check, PO, bank order, bank remittance and credit cards. Non IB students can only pay by credit cards. Below are methods of paying for IB World School students and sellers. To pay by check, order or bank order, you must send a paper bill with your balance paid to the following adress.
Please note: IB World Schools located in Canada should ship check payment along with a copy of their bill to the following adress. To pay by credit cards, please pay on-line at enrollment (mandatory for non IB World School students), or re-enroll using the verification e-mail links in your enrollment form.
Please click on "Already registered?" and fill in your e-mail adress and your number. Please click on "Change" and continue until you get to the checkout page. You will find the necessary bank data here for bank transfers. Send us a bank draft together with a hard copy of your bill to the above IB adress.
Pay abroad with your credit cards and offer a selection of currencies: That's what you should ALWAYS do.
Unwittingly, UK tourists pay billions of dollars in needless charges when using credit and debit abroad. Travelers are also busted when they withdraw money from international machines, but choose sterling on demand. Any additional charge you pay will depend on the transaction concluded between the trader (e.g. a spot or shop) and the "acquiring" financial institution chosen by the trader.
There is no limit to what you can pay in terms of charges, but there are regulations that give you the right to decide whether you pay in sterling or your own country's foreign exchange. Some dealers can, however, pick books when they give you an invoice, so be sure to verify. Isn' it always cheap to pay in sterling?
Usually, you should always choose to pay in your country's own currencies. If it is less expensive to pay in sterling, the only thing is if your house deposit account charged a higher international commission than the domestic commission. A good option is prepaid tickets, which allow you to set a price when buying international cash.
They can also be charged with pounds Sterling, so again make sure you choose the country code when making a payout. Swiss Post probably has the most popular prepaid calling plan, but there are tens of different options - among them the Monzo's Startbank calling plan, which provides almost flawless conversions.