[NRVR-Members] Members Meeting & Club Elections on Feb 2nd, 6-8pm at the Space Building (in the BBurg CRC)
atouz18 at vt.edu
Fri Jan 27 06:48:07 CST 2017
I know that PayPal and Square charge a small percentage for the transaction. Venmo doesn't have the fee to pay, Even though it is owned by PayPal. I would personally suggest doing Venmo because it's pretty simple, free, and pulls the money directly off of my card.
Those are just my 2 cents -- or 1.8 cents after transaction fees.
Virginia Tech Class of 2019
Atouz18 at vt.edu | 571.408.1258
> On Jan 27, 2017, at 5:54 AM, Jordan Truesdell <jordan at truesdell.org> wrote:
> Honestly, it's worth just getting square and either paying the 3% or adding the 3%as a convenience fee. Or setting up PayPal or venmo (they have the same corporate ownership) and asking people to identify it as a personal transfer.
>> On Jan 26, 2017 11:48 PM, "Thomas Tweeks Weeks" <tom at theweeks.org> wrote:
>> Just to get this also answered publicly.. no, not yet (unfortunately). Getting a merchant account or "Free Credit Card Reader" from our bank is not exactly trivial (we don't make enough money to make it worth their while) . and Paypal is bit of a hack. I suppose we could get a square account and reader set up, but they take a cut and we already don't really handle that much money to make it worth while.
>> That being said.. if anyone has any suggestions for poor not-for-profits payment processing (we can't even afford to file for non-profit status ;), then I'm all ears.
>> With fewer and fewer people carrying cash, it would be nice to be able to accept credit/debit cards at launches.. but I haven't looked into it in a few years now.
>> So if anyone has suggestions, PM me and let me know what you think.
>> On Wednesday, January 25, 2017 11:59am, "Michael Verbeek" <mverbeek1954 at gmail.com> said:
>> Tom, can I pay on line?
>>> On Jan 25, 2017 10:59 AM, "Thomas (Tweeks) Weeks" <tweeks at rackspace.com> wrote:
>>> Hey all!
>>> So we're having a members meeting on Feb 2nd (two days before our Feb launch).
>>> This is your last chance to re-up your membership for 2017 calendar year without being dropped from the nrvr-members list. After that date, we'll still take new members, but we'll be purging the [nrvr-members] mail list of non-current members and adding the new members. So if you don't want to fall out of communications with us.. either come to the meeting, or fill out a membership form for 2017 and get it and your dues to me asap:
>>> (if you already have a signed 2016 membership form with us but can't make the meeting.. then just send in your 2017 dues via check or money order and I'll proxy-initial your waiver/liability agreement for 2017 (address on the membership PDF in link above)
>>> Club Business:
>>> We also need to hold our 2017 club/TRA position elections. So we after we do new & re-up member sign-ups, we'll probably move on to do that.
>>> Club Fun:
>>> How about a meeting Show-n-Tell Time for this meeting? We don't have a formal meeting preseter/topic.. So what did you get for Christmas? What's your current build you're working on? Bring it!
>>> I might bring a part of my current L3/5.5" Black Brant I'm building.. or possibly talk about 3D-prited Avionics Bay parts that I'm currently playing with (if anyone is interested). :) Here are a few samples of already existing parts folks can quickly download and print:
>>> https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2031461 <--- Hey Jordan! :)
>>> Hope to see you at the meeting!
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