The San Francisco Soccer Referee Association uses a secure electronic payment service over the Web. SFSRA has selected PayPal as its payment service provider.
Advantages to You
- Payment is more secure than US Mail and is insured up to $100,000!
- Receive payment instantly into your PayPal account, instead of waiting for a check in the mail.
- Receive payments on a monthly—or even weekly—basis!
- Receive interest on your PayPal account balance.
- Perform Electronic Fund Transfers directly into your checking account. (Please allow 3-4 days to complete transfers.) You would no longer need to go to the bank to deposit your check!
Advantages to SFSRA
- Saves check writing, time and postage.
- Funds from the two above sources go directly into the SFSRA Referee Development Program, which funds instruction, training and assessment of referees, such as the Referee Refresher Clinics and Entry Level Referee Clinics.
How Does It Work?
- Send email to the SFSRA at email@example.com and state that you want to receive payment via PayPal. Please include the email address at which you want to receive notification of payment.
- Sign up for a Personal Account on PayPal by clicking this link or logo: (a new browser window will open)
- Sign up for a Personal Account on PayPal by clicking this link or logo: (a new browser window will open) https://secure.paypal.com/affil/pal=refpay%40sfsra.org
- When payday arrives, the SFSRA will send you an email message that says you have cash ready for you to claim at PayPal. Just click the link in the email to claim your cash.
- You can request an electronic funds transfer to your bank account or you can have a check mailed to your home.
IT'S THAT EASY!
After reading the information above and behind the links to PayPal, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, with specific questions.
Referees may opt in to the service, or do nothing and continue to receive payment by check and US Mail. Referees who do nothing will be charged an additional Handling Fee of $2.00 per check.
Rich Fern and David Lucha