PCMHA Teams Up With Playpay.ca, News (Port Colborne Minor Hockey)

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PCMHA Teams Up With Playpay.ca
Submitted By Matt Lallouet on Tuesday, September 1, 2020
PCMHA is excited to let you know we will be using PlayPay.ca as our on-line payment provider for the 2020-2021 season. It's fast, it's easy, and costs are lower, and include more options for payments. Payments will open SEPT. 1st. Instructions can be found below as well as the website under the registration tab.






Visit www.playpay.ca to create an account (max 30 seconds), then follow the steps below. 

1. Select Port Colborne Minor Hockey to your personal organization list. In your PlayPay account, click ‘my organizations'. Enter Port Colborne in Organization and click ‘Search’. Select the association from the returned list and click ‘Next’. Enter the player’s full name, dob (mm/dd/yyyy), gender, and in the Account Information field the player’s Hockey Canada ID
(find the ID in your account at https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/account/login.aspx).

Then select the level, and click Add Organization to complete. Note this process needs to be completed separately for each player in the family.

IMPORTANT - REPEAT THE ABOVE STEPS FOR EACH PLAYER. 

2. You’re now ready to make payments!· In your PlayPay account, click ‘my payments’ and then click ‘make a payment’.· Select the association from the dropdown, click ‘Next’, and enter the payment amount. You’ll see a summary of Amount Owed which can be paid in full. Choose from one of four ways to pay. There is an extra 2.5% convenience fee to pay by credit card. The transaction fees are incorporated into the total payment of each transaction.· You'll be notified by email when your payment is processed.
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