If you haven’t already paid your 2022 NCRA membership dues, now is the time to do so before the Dec. 31 deadline. Each year renewals open in September and include a grace period from January 1 through February 28, during which time there are no member benefits but certifications are not terminated. After February membership is terminated and certifications can no longer be used or referenced as earned.
This year NCRA is making payment easier with a new online option, allowing you to pay online either by credit card or check. The new service lets you avoid the hassle and uncertainty of sending a check or returning an invoice through the mail.
“I’m very excited that I can now pay my NCRA dues online,” says Janine Ferren, RMR, CRR, a freelancer in Fishers, Ind. “Last year the envelope got lost in the mail and was returned to me more than a month after I mailed it, almost jeopardizing my membership status. The first day that the ACH (online check) payments were available this year, I went online and paid my membership. It took me less than two minutes to renew. It honestly couldn’t be any easier! Thank you!”
Access to the online payment method is easy:
|• Log into the member portal on NCRA.org and navigate to My Membership|
• Renew your membership either by the existing credit/debit card method or by selecting “ACH Electronic Transfer” and entering the routing and account numbers for your checking or savings account and authorize the transfer
• Your membership will update automatically when funds transfer to NCRA
NCRA hopes this new service will prove time-saving and easy for you to use. Should you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to email@example.com