So, I always pay my AMF's up front.
It helps me not have to worry about them all the time.
Normally, I pay, get online (once every few months) and see that I owe 0. Great.
This time, I paid, got a receipt, and see that I still owe 85$'s.
I noticed someone else also paid and is still being charged.
Someone needs to check the system or the accounting dept.
I am not going to pay twice.
Once is sore enough.
@Shannon Please disregard the number on the dashboard at this time since you made the payment for the first year of the new three-year cycle. On March 1, 2019 (once your three-year cycle renews), this should update to the correct total which would be $125.00 due March 1, 2020.
New three-year cycle - March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2022
Year 2: due March 1, 2020
Year 3: due March 1, 2021
Also note, there will not be an option to pay for an entire three-year cycle once you renew. Going forward it will just be one year at a time, at the beginning of each cycle year.
If you would like to discuss this further, please don't hesitate to email me.
Hi Amanda, I have the exact same problem. I have paid in full for the previous three year cycle and I have just paid $85 for year 1 (2019) and I am still being told that I owe $85. Please would it be possible if this misleading payment demand is resolved as it is going to confuse and annoy a lot of members?
@Monty99 Thank you for your comment. This should be resolved now. Please email me with your primary email address and member ID and I will check your account and give you an update on why it is showing that.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I thought perhaps I missed a payment so I called to be reinstated at which point to I learned that isc2 just decided to double their fee revenue...
(ISC)² did sent out quite a few emails about this. You might want to look into why you did not get the bulk mailings over the past few months warning about the off-cycle payment requirement. Places to check are the "email preferences" on the (ISC)² web site and your "bulk mail" folder.
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