We'll accept only U.S. Bank checks in U.S. dollar / only U.S. based Banks. You can use any kind of regular paper U.S. Bank check, Cashier's check, Money order, Personal check, Business check etc. Please note that we will not ship your order until we receive payment from you.

Checks must be made payable to "International Federation of New Media LLC", in U.S. dollars and must be drawn on a U.S. bank. Third-party checks will not be accepted. A $35.00 fee will be charged to you for each check that is returned due to insufficient funds.

Be sure to include your name and email address on the front of each check. If you choose to send a check using regular mail or by an overnight delivery service, please address the payment to:

International Federation of New Media llc
300 Creek View Road / Suite 209
Newark DE 19711 / United States of America

All cash transactions are subject to federal reporting guidelines. Please do not send cash money through the U.S. mail.

PLEASE NOTE: Bouncing a check (having it returned due to insufficient funds) is an offense in the USA. International Federation of New Media llc may charge you $35, and your bank may charge you another $25 to $70. If the amount is large, the recipient may take legal action against you, take you to court.

Example Check:

check and money order

How to write a check? A Step-by-Step Guide...

1. Date: Date format in the U.S. is month/day/year. You can write it out in one of several formats, such as 11/19/2023, Nov 19, 2023, or November 19, 2023.

2. Payee: Write the name of the company to whom you're paying money with the check.

3. Amount in Numbers: Write the amount in numbers., e.g. 127.89. Note that the $ sign is already pre-printed. Therefore, you don't have to write it again.

4. Amount in Words: This will be the same amount that you wrote in step 3, e.g., One-hundred twenty-seven and 89/100.

5. Memo: An optional description of the nature of the payment. Please write your email address you have use in our signup form.

6. Signature: Your signature, the same way you wrote it when you opened your bank account. If you have a joint account, and if there are multiple signatories, any authorized person can sign.

7. Check Number: Each check has a different check number. Please note that the check number appears on the check.

8. Routing Number: This is the routing number of the bank that facilitates electronic clearing of the check. This number will be the same for many account holders at your bank. The routing number is always nine digits.

9. Account Number: Your bank account number. This number will be the same on all of your checks.