Claiming multiple membership refunds

Posted by Nick Colton on 17/04/2014
"It's that way for membership refunds."

We have a process for BMC members who are members of more than one BMC affiliated club to reclaim their multiple membership payments.

Additionally, all club secretaries of BMC affiliated clubs have been sent information about how their members can claim multiple membership refunds and have been asked to encourage their members to do this.

Club members claiming multiple membership refunds can ask for the refund to be paid to themselves or to the club. The refund can also be used to upgrade from Club Membership to full Individual Membership.

So, if you are in more than one BMC affiliated club and wish to claim a multiple membership refund, download the refund form, complete it and return it to the BMC.

Download Multiple Club Membership Refund Form

Please note:  if you have claimed back your multiple fees previously, there is no need to make a subsequent claim. We will check your data and provided all your clubs have paid your subscription to the BMC for the current year we will send you an automatic refund after 30 June.

For more information contact Lynda Buckley at the BMC office on 0161 445 6111 or email office@thebmc.co.uk

 

 



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