Can I use mycommittee for free?
Yes, there is a free edition of mycommittee that has all the basic features and works well for small teams. The free edition is free forever but has some limitations.
Is there a trial period for paid subscriptions?
Yes, we offer a free 30-day trial. You can try out any plan completely free for 30 days without any obligation. No credit card required to sign up!
Do you offer discounts for non-profits?
Yes, we do. Simply sign up for a free 30 day trial of mycommittee. After you sign up, email us a copy of your non-profit status and we'll apply the discount.
Do we need to pay extra for more members?
No, unlike most other committee and board management services, our prices are fixed, no matter how many members!
How does the billing work?
When you subscribe to one of our trial plans, we will send you a note near the end of the trial. If you want to continue to use mycommittee you can setup a monthly payment or request an yearly invoice.
Our Invoices are processed by PayPal and once you subscribe, you will get an email with the invoice details.
To pay, simply click the Pay button on the invoice and you will be directed to the secure PayPal website to complete your payment (mycommittee does not process or store your financial information).
You can either pay with an existing PayPal account or simply pay anonymously with a credit or debit card.
Each year, before the renewal date, we will automatically send another invoice. At that time, you can decide to renew or cancel your subscription.
No unexpected credit card charges.
You can also opt for monthly payments. Our recurring payments are processed by Stripe. Once you setup a monthly payment, your credit card will be charged automatically each month. You can cancel any time!
We can't use a credit card. Are there other payment options?
You will need a credit card for monthly payments but for yearly invoices, we also accept cheques or bank transfers. Please email us to get the mailing address or bank details.
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