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Can i make payment for courses by Bankers Cheque or SWIFT (telegraphic) transfer. Who will furnish me with bank details??

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Asked by Amassally Wednesday Apr 4th 2012 in International Students
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Acceptable payment methods for online courses include major credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, and Discover. Paypal payments are also accepted as well as checks, but you would need to contact us to make arrangements to pay by check. This applies only for students in the United States.

We cannot accept credit cards from foreign countries. Registration will be rejected if you try to use a foreign credit card. However, international students can pay through PayPal. For more information about online courses visit our What You Need to Enroll page

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