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Pay WCC via PayPal

Liverymen and Freemen of the Clockmakers’ Company can now make payments, of any variable amount, direct to the Clockmakers’ Company via PayPal, using their credit or debit card. Payments can be made to the Clockmakers’ General Fund (i.e. non charitable) or to the Clockmakers’ Charity – you need to specify in the PayPal “description” box when making the payment.

Unless by prior agreement, please do not use the PayPal facility for Quarterage payments. Enter your name and telephone number in the boxes below and click on the Pay Now button. Then enter the amount, and, in the “description” box enter what you are paying for.

You don’t have to open a PayPal account, but if you do so, it will make things much easier and quicker for you in the future – just a few clicks! Opening a PayPal account costs you nothing – it’s free.

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