BasketballConnect offers customised payment plans so you can chose to pay off a registration in smaller, more manageable instalments.
Firstly you will need to contact your club to request they add a payment plan prior to you completing the registration.
Your club will send you an email with a registration link. Once you click on the link, you will be taken to a login screen. If you have not registered to a competition on BasketballConnect before, please see Registering for a Competition Using a Registration Link and follow the steps until the checkout screen then follow the steps below to add your payment plan information.
If you have previously registered with BasketballConnect before, enter your login information and follow the steps through the registration until the checkout screen then follow the steps below to add your payment plan information.
|1||Once at the checkout screen, you will see an option to select Payment Plan|
When you select Payment Plan, you will be able to the payment options. The information provided will mention if your club is requiring a minimum amount upfront and the date the payments must be completed by.
1. You can pay more than the minimum amount upfront. Enter that or the minimum amount here
2. Select from the drop-down menu how frequently you would like to make payments
3. Select from the drop-down menu what day of the week you would like the payments deducted from your account
4. Select the date you would like the first instalment to be deducted from your account
This will generate your instalment amounts at the bottom indicating how much and when these instalments will occur
On the right side of the screen you will see your order showing the total amount then the amount due today
Ensure you select that you agree to any terms and conditions then select Continue
|4||Enter your payment information, either direct debit or credit card, then select Submit|
|5||An invoice will appear on your screen showing the breakdown of your fees and at the end of the invoice will show the amount deducted today|