Conference registration payments

Payment information

PayPal

You can pay online securely, safely and easily, through PayPal. This allows you to pay from an existing PayPal account, if you have one, or directly from your credit/debit card through the PayPal system if you don’t. There are no extra charges for paying through the PayPal system.

Please check your invoice, and enter your invoice number (resembling D12345) and amount owing below, then click Pay Now. Thereafter you can either login to an existing PayPal account or create one.

If you are located in a country (such as Turkey) where PayPal does not work, please contact the CESS Society Administrator (info@centraleurasia.org) who can make arrangements for you to pay by credit/debit card using an alternative payment processor.



Credit Card

If PayPal is unavailable to you, CESS can accept credit card payments via the Square app. Please contact the Society Administrator at info (at) centraleurasia.org to arrange a credit card payment and make sure you include your delegate number in your correspondence.

Personal Check

Checks should be made payable to “Central Eurasian Studies Society”. Checks must be in US dollars; other currencies are not accepted. Please write your delegate number in the Memo line of the check and mail it to:

Central Eurasian Studies Society
PO Box 400690
Cambridge, MA 02140
USA

Other Payment Methods

It is possible to pay by bank transfer to CESS’ bank account, but this incurs fees of $25 for a US transfer and $40 for transfers from all other countries so we advise you to pay by credit/debit card if at all possible. If you prefer to pay by bank transfer, please contact the CESS Society Administrator (info(at)centraleurasia.org) for details.

If you do not have access to a credit card or a friend/family member with a credit card, check or bank transfer, then please contact the CESS Society Administrator (info(at)centraleurasia.org) to see what else we might be able to arrange.

Refunds

CESS conference registration fees are non-refundable.