- July 2, 2010 at 1:30 pm #44813guynextdoorMember
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Hi,i have got an email from ACCA that my name has been removed from the register due to non-payment of dues of 207, although i have paid all the amount before the attempt of June and also sat for two papers in June. What should i do now? The 207 amount includes 138 pounds for two papers and 69 pounds for annual subscription. If i have not paid the fees then how did i get the docket to sit in exams. I am totally confused. A suggestion would b very much appreciated.
Thanks in advanceJuly 2, 2010 at 2:55 pm #65132AnonymousInactive
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I’d get evidence/dates of when you paid.
Check your online details.
Then call up and get it sorted.
It could be a mess, or?
They may be chasing up older fees?
Or you never got an invoice?
They’ve allocated your payments incorrectly/to someone else?!July 2, 2010 at 3:28 pm #65133krishna3898Member
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Hi every one,
I had faced same problem,like I have sent the exam entry payment,but they misplaced the Demand Draft,after 6 month said outstanding exam fees,
then I have paid & try to get the money from the bank.
so my advice is try to visit,login you account (my ACCA),then you know your account status.
if any differences try to send the mail,now a days you can get reply without delay.
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