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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
After submitted, may not be cancelled, in whole, or in part, or varied in any manner whatsoever, unless confirmed in writing by the ICB.
Quoted prices are inclusive of VAT, unless otherwise stated.
The following methods of payment will be accepted:
- Credit Card via Secured Website:
You can use our secure online shopping cart in our Student Portal (https://www.secureicb.co.za/learner) to make your purchase and pay with your Visa or Mastercard. Your order will only be dispatched once the funds have cleared into our bank account.
- Direct Deposit/EFT:
The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers are happy to accept payments made directly to our bank account via electronic funds transfer or bank deposit. To use this option please select Direct Deposit in the checkout process. Please note that our website will show our bank details on the confirmation page. Please use your ICB reference number or South African ID number as a reference so we can match the payments on our end for faster shipping. Your order will only be dispatched once the funds have cleared into our bank account.
You can now pay your ICB fees in South Africa using the SnapScan app for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smartphones. Please see our Prospectus, Exam Entry and Student Details forms for our SnapScan code. There is no extra cost to download or use SnapScan. SnapScan allows you to make safe and secure payments directly from your account at any bank.
The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers will deliver your package where applicable to the address stipulated on your application forms. All packages will be sent either via the South African Postal Service or via a designated courier service.
The ICB will endeavour to have all orders dispatched within 7 workings days of your order being placed once payment has cleared into our account. If/when stocks are low, delivery may be delayed.
Registration and exam entries for assessment may be cancelled at any time.
The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers will not be held accountable for any decision for cancellation made.
The ICB does not issue refunds of any registration and exam fees paid.
The ICB has a separate Exam Policy that needs to be referenced for the ICB’s rules and regulations with regards to entry for exams and postponements, etc.
If the Buyer is in any way in breach of the agreement and the Company engages the services of an attorney to collect the whole or portion of the amount owing to it by the Buyer, or to sue for any other damages as a result of breach by the Buyer, the Buyer shall be liable to pay all costs occasioned as a result thereof, including collection charges and costs on an attorney and own client scale.
Limitation of Liability
The ICB, its officers, directors, servants or agents will under no circumstances be liable for any claim for any loss, damage or injury suffered by any person whether to their person or property, howsoever caused whether or not arising from any act, omission, default, or negligence on the part of The ICB.
If the agreement becomes wholly or partially impossible to perform due to causes beyond the control of the Company, such causes to include, but not be limited to; war, civil insurrection, vis maior, Government action and industrial disputes, the ICB shall be permitted to rescind the agreement at its discretion. If deliveries of goods or services shall be delayed as a result of such causes, the Company shall not be construed as being in breach of the agreement.
Domicilium Citandi Et Executandi
The Company hereby elects as its domicilium citandi et executandi, at which it will accept service of any process or notice:
Ground Floor, Birkdale 2, River Park, River Lane, Mowbray, 7700, Cape Town