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A NOTE ABOUT PAYMENTS

OHAV EMETH MEMBERS:

YOU MUST LOG IN TO PAY YOUR DUES AND OTHER BILLED ITEMS.

HAVEN'T REQUESTED A LOGIN YET? Contact the system administrator to get your online account activated.

 

This will ensure proper crediting of your payment to your membership account. Unpaid items, such as DUES, BUILDING ASSESSMENT, ERUV FUND, and pledged items that have been posted by the shul office, will appear on the Payment page when you select "Payment is for Account Balance." Check the items you are paying.

If the donation or pledge has not yet been billed, choose the Donation option and select the appropriate charge. NOTE: Dues and other membership obligations are always billed and cannot be paid in this way.

Pay now by credit card or eCheck. Credit card payment will invoke a small supplement to cover the cost of the transaction so that 100% of your donation will benefit the shul. (See the bottom of this page for instructions on how to set up eCheck payment). eChecks do not invoke a fee.

Alternatively, if you would like to pay via a personal or bank check (online through your bank, by mail, or in person), please send a check to the synagogue office.  No transaction fees are associated with this method of payment. 

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(5/6/2024)

In order to streamline the online payment processing at Congregation Ohav Emeth, we are making some changes to the Ohav Emeth website. Please take a quick look at the points below.

  • We are migrating away from the use of PayPal as a payment gateway to one supplied by our hosting vendor, ShulCloud. The use of a PayPal mechanism has been confusing to many. The new feature is called Integrated Gateway and is quite intuitive to use.
  • We are adding the ability to use EChecks via the Automated Clearing House feature (ACH), similar to Zelle, Venmo, and other applications you may be familiar with. The ECheck feature is free, i.e. there are no fees; the money is transferred directly from your personal or business account to OE.
  • At the same time, in order to cover the Shul’s costs for processing credit cards, the fee to use a credit card is being changed from optional to required.

How to use the new feature?

  • If you intend to use EChecks, you must set it up in advance of making any payments. Log in, click on My Account on the main menu, and then on your account page select “My Payment Methods.” Follow the instructions to connect your bank account to the “Integrated Gateway - General” via Plaid, as you would with Zelle et al. If you intend to use EChecks for the Rabbi’s Charity Fund payments, do the same for “Integrated Gateway – Tzedakah.”
  • When making payments:
    • For credit card payments, very little will change for you. On the Confirm Payment page, just choose the gateway named “Integrated Gateway – General” (the PayPal one will eventually go away).
    • NOTE: It helps the office if you are logged into the system when you do this.
    • If the charge type is for Zedakah, Matanot Leevyonim, or Maot Chitim, you will see:

    • For all other charge types, you will see:
    • If making ECheck payments to your Shul account, YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN, Choose “Integrated Gateway – General eCheck”. The fee will not appear.
    • If making credit card or ECheck payments to the Rabbi’s Charity Fund as described above, the names of the Payment Methods will change appropriately.
  • The rest of the payment process is the same or similar to what you are doing today.

NOTE: The ECheck feature is meant to be used ONLY with personal or business bank accounts. It should NOT be used with Donor Advised Fund accounts, IRA Distribution accounts, or other accounts that have taxability restrictions on payments.

If you have not yet had your OE online account activated, please send a request to sysadmin@ohavemeth.org (Steve Stein). You will get an email inviting you to set a password.

Please contact Steve (sysadmin@ohavemeth.org) if you have any questions or need any help.

Thu, June 13 2024 7 Sivan 5784