Subscribing to The Ringing World
We accept payment for subscriptions via Direct Debit.
Currently this is available to customers opting for worldwide online-only or 12 month UK postal subscriptions. Direct Debits can only be raised against UK bank accounts (and some building society accounts), therefore overseas customer will need to have access to a UK bank account.
Once you have created a Direct Debit, payments will be taken in full once a year and we will renew your subscription automatically until you ask us to stop.
Please read the following before proceeding:
- Direct Debits are processed on our behalf by RSM2000 Ltd. You will be redirected to their secure website to complete the necessary form and they hold the data securely for us.
- There will be a delay of up to a week before RSM notify The Ringing World of your purchase, therefore please allow 7 working days for your subscription to be set up. Once we have processed your order you will receive a letter confirming your bank details, and if you are a new subscriber you will also receive a welcome letter giving information about your subscription.
- If your account requires more than one signatory for this kind of transaction, you will need to complete this paper mandate form instead, and post it to us for processing. (PDF: if you cannot print PDF forms, we can send you a copy). Please read the note at the bottom of this page first.
- It takes a minimum of three weeks between submitting a completed mandate form and the first possible debit date. Please take this into account when completing the mandate. Provided your mandate is processed in time for the 15th of the first month — which means submitting it by a week before the end of the last month of your old subscription period — your subscription will continue unbroken.
Paper mandate forms
The paper form, which is laid out according to guidelines set by the Banks, does not have a space for your own address, or the type of subscription that you wish to purchase. Please make sure you include a covering letter giving this information, as otherwise we may find it rather difficult to deliver your copy.