Payment Methods

Notes on Remitting

Online Payment

The Society accepts payment by these credit and debit cards using our secure internet link with WorldPay and also payments via Paypal (using any payment method which Paypal accepts). Paying via our e-shop wherever possible, saves us a considerable amount of administrative time and money and is greatly appreciated. 

 

 

Credit/Debit Cards Payment by Post/Phone

The Society accepts payment by these credit and debit cards.  Please contact us on the phone number at the bottom of this page.

Direct Debit

Click here to read more about Direct Debit and the BIS

Other ways of paying

From UK:
Cash (in person at office) or (registered post – advised)

Cheque (made payable to BIS)

Direct to our Bank
Bank: CAF Bank Ltd
Reference: The British Interplanetary Society
Account No: 00095934
Sort Code: 40-52-40
IBAN: GB15CAFB40524000095934
Swift: CAFBGB21XXX

From Rest of the World:

We are no longer able to accept foreign cheques or currency.

If you instruct an overseas Bank to remit directly to our account, please add GBP 6.00 to the total to cover our bank charges, and ensure that the amount credited is NET of all your bank and currency charges. 

Beneficiary details
Correspondent (SWIFT/BIC code): MIDLGB22XXX
Correspondent banker’s name and address: HSBC, City Corporate Banking Centre, 60 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4N 4TR
Beneficiary bank SWIFT: CAFBGB21XXX
Beneficiary’s bank name and address: CAF Bank, 25 Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent ME19 4JQ
Beneficiary’s account/IBAN number: GB15CAFB40524000095934

By any bank providing a cheque on request which is payable in Sterling by their UK Agents.

Concessions relating to Payments

The Society is a recognised Charity. Overseas members may be permitted to count the whole of their payments to the Society as tax deductible.

UK taxpayers are reminded that subscriptions to the Society, including publications, can be deducted from income for tax purposes if this can be related to their employment.

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