I am seeing 2 membership dues, one for 2019 $85 and one for 2020 $85 under my profile.
Do I need to pay both now? Last year I recall only seeing one $85 fee.
The email that came from (ISC)2 announcing AMF and policy changes included this statement : -
Starting January 23, 2019, members have until June 30, 2019 to pay any outstanding AMFs and the option to pay ahead for the remainder of their three-year membership cycle at the current rate for their certification.
Assuming your cycle started last year, I suppose you're getting the option to pay the AMF for this year & next year in advance, at the rate of 85 USD.
@Lwhite Thank you for your inquiry. Shannon is correct in his statement regarding the updated AMF policy. If you would like me to look into your account and confirm exactly which years those payments are going to, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Question of mine - I paid for 3 years and my due date shows 2021 (I would think it would be 2022) - how does that figure????
@Daniel-Nash1 It really depends on your cycle dates. Please send me an email from your primary email address and include your member ID and the question and I will look into your account and provide some information.
@Daniel-Nash1 The dashboard is correct. Since your three-year cycle runs from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021, and AMFs will now be due at the beginning of each cycle year, your next AMF of $125.00 will be due on July 1, 2021. To confirm, I do see you paid all three AMFs for the current three-year cycle.
If we were still on the same AMF policy as before, we billed in arrears, so your AMF wouldn't have been due until June 30, 2022; however, since the updated policy, it is now due upfront instead of at the end of each year.
(firstname.lastname@example.org I apologize I forgot to include this in my previous comment)