South Korean Residents or credit cards registered in South Korea
For the South Korean Residents or who holds the credit cards registered in South Korea, the PayPal would not take the payment. When ready to make a registration payment, please contact the CCMR fee office at firstname.lastname@example.org. A further guideline for the payment will be provided.
Name and email address during the payment
Please use the same name and email address that are registered with the CCMR office if possible. If must use a different name and email address, please add the beneficiary’s name in the address line in English or notify CCMR fee office (email@example.com) by forwarding the PayPal receipt with the beneficiary information (name, email and institution).
The payment link generally works well. However, few people experience that the PayPal would not accept their credit cards once the wrong information is supplied. Normally, it will work after several hours or in the next day, which appears to be a security scheme.
Alternatively, you can try to use another web browser, i.e. Chrome or Firefox, or update the web browser if using an old version. If the issue is persistent, please contact the CCMR fee office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the issue description.
No longer Guest Payments allowed in some counties
PayPal has issued a legal agreement that for some countries, i.e. Germany and Russia, they do no longer allow the guest payments. This means a PayPal account has to be created. If you face such a situation, please proceed and create a PayPal account and then complete the payment. There is no fee to create a PayPal account, but it just takes little more time.
If you do not wish to create a PayPal account, you can remit the registration fee by a wireless transfer. Please request an invoice to the CCMR fee office at email@example.com