Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Discussion about the European Association of EuroBillTrackers

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby redrabbit » Wed Aug 13, 2008 3:37 pm

I payed my 10€ monday (or sunday evening) so I guess I'll be in the member list soon, as you have to wait for the bank-papers.

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Phaseolus » Wed Aug 13, 2008 4:43 pm

redrabbit wrote:I payed my 10€ monday (or sunday evening) so I guess I'll be in the member list soon, as you have to wait for the bank-papers.


Please don't forget to send your application to the email address. For validating your membership we need both the payment and the application letter.

btw, welcome in the club ! :wink:
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Helge » Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:41 am

Why aren't the "Members of the Board of Directors" [de-jo (President),avij (Vice-President),Giro (Vice-President),Nerzhul (Secretary),Phaseolus (Treasurer)] members of the Association yet?

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Nerzhul » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:04 am

Helge wrote:Why aren't the "Members of the Board of Directors" [de-jo (President),avij (Vice-President),Giro (Vice-President),Nerzhul (Secretary),Phaseolus (Treasurer)] members of the Association yet?


I wonder myself ;-)

At least Philippe, Anssi and I are automatically members at the moment. I plan to pay my membership fee in Lj.
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby eddydevries » Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:29 pm

fabag wrote:just a short question: at what date should the annual fee be paid? each year on 01.01.200X or on another date?
or doesn't the date matter?

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I'm wondering this too.

Because I may forget to pay the next time (and I don't want to be excluded because of not paying the fee), I would like to pay it automatically (at the bank I can say: 'annually at .......[date]').
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Phaseolus » Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:57 pm

Helge wrote:Why aren't the "Members of the Board of Directors" [de-jo (President),avij (Vice-President),Giro (Vice-President),Nerzhul (Secretary),Phaseolus (Treasurer)] members of the Association yet?


It's a matter of presentation on the appropriate list. The list of Members include the Board of Directors.

Personnaly, I paid my fee ! :mrgreen: (but it is true that I am expecting fresh money from other Board Members in Ljubljana ! :wink: )
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby redrabbit » Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:03 pm

you still haven't seen my transaction/payment?

If not next week I'll have to ask the bank to annulate it.

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby magpie » Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:16 pm

redrabbit wrote:you still haven't seen my transaction/payment?

Same question here. My account was charged for Mil€s66's annual fee on August 11th...

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby suntzu » Tue Aug 19, 2008 10:54 pm

Mine too, charged on the 11th. Bank confirmed the transaction and that it would arrive within three days
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Dakkus » Wed Aug 20, 2008 6:32 pm

suntzu wrote:Mine too, charged on the 11th. Bank confirmed the transaction and that it would arrive within three days


The rule is that the SEPA payments must arrive with five workdays from paying, in other words it should usually take precisely seven days. Somehow the money hops from bank to bank to bank, and the intermediate banks keep the money by themselves as long as possible, in order to make some profit with it.
In some countries where the laws are not so precise (even if they were written precisely), it might of course take a few extra days so that the intermediate banks will make a bit of extra profit :)
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby Ewri » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:12 pm

Dakkus wrote:
suntzu wrote:Mine too, charged on the 11th. Bank confirmed the transaction and that it would arrive within three days


The rule is that the SEPA payments must arrive with five workdays from paying, in other words it should usually take precisely seven days. Somehow the money hops from bank to bank to bank, and the intermediate banks keep the money by themselves as long as possible, in order to make some profit with it.
In some countries where the laws are not so precise (even if they were written precisely), it might of course take a few extra days so that the intermediate banks will make a bit of extra profit :)


as far as I know, Target II, Sepa payments have to reach the beneficiary in a max of 3 business days.

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby redrabbit » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:38 pm

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby suntzu » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:52 pm

My bank told me that low value transactions take 3 business days, high value transactions take 5 business days.
By the way, internet access codes in Portugal take three days to arrive ... :mrgreen:
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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby magpie » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:12 pm

My experience receiving small amounts from NL and IT is about three days...

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Re: Discussion on European Association of EuroBillTrackers

Postby wisi » Sun Aug 24, 2008 9:11 am

After I have been part of the election system yesterday I like to suggest these changes:
- All members from all countries have the election rights for all candidates
- Each country of the eurozone (that is their members of the association) should have a exclusive suggestion right for one seat. But there should be no need that the suggested person has to be resident in the country she or he is suggested for. We should have e.g. the netherlands have suggested Craco or Mr.Euro yesterday as their member of the BoD? (just to give an example)
- There should be a very limited number of extra seats (maybe 3), that is not bound to any country, just as a kind of free list where those who are from countries with already another person in the board. I think yesterday there would have been good candidates who could not candidate or where not elected due to the hard limit of one seat per country - I think of Helloggs, Craco, Tomaz79 and of course MrEuro who would all be willing to be part of the board. (So, already one of those would have been not elected with 3 seats, but we would have 3 more constructive persons in the board)


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