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Receiving Conference Attendance Fees Through the Internet

Several models exist, through which you can receive conference attendance fees through the Internet. The fees in question would be made up of the sums of money you charge people who want to attend the conference. To the extent that people are nowadays able to make payments for things like jail phone calls as well as those for prison email using the Internet, it should also be possible for you to receive conference attendance fees through the same media.

You can receive conference attendance fees through the Internet using a model where you tap onto the power of PayPal. So you set up a PayPal account, and instruct the interested attendees to transfer funds to that account, in payment for the attendance fees.

You can also receive conference attendance fees through the Internet using a model where you set up a merchant account, so that people can pay directly using credit or debit cards. This would necessitate setting up your website in a manner that guarantees the security of card details exchanged through it.

At yet another level, you can receive conference attendance fees through other payment processors: the likes of Check2Out: which receive the money on your behalf (using PayPal, credit cards, debit cards… and so on), process the money, and then send you the proceeds at the end of the process.