Holiday Party


When:
December 13, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm America/Denver Timezone
2017-12-13T18:00:00-07:00
2017-12-13T22:00:00-07:00
Where:
Annex Event Center
507 Main St
Cañon City, CO 81212
USA
Cost:
20.00
Open Link for Details
Purchase tickets here:
Fremont County Democratic Holiday Party
 Wednesday, December 13th

Note: the “Buy Now” link will take you to PayPal’s SECURE PAYMENTS server

where you can purchase tickets with your Credit or Debit card.

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4 comments on “Holiday Party

  1. November 1, 2017 Betty Field

    Hello! My name is Betty Field, candidate for Colorado’s 5th District. I have attempted to reach out to Dave but have not gotten a response. Can’t wait to meet with all of you!
    I would like to attend the Holiday Party in December, but would rather pay using my credit card. Is there a specific link for that payment option?

    Reply
    • November 1, 2017 Ken Rucker

      Open the link for details, or just go direct to the purchase page with this link:
      http://www.fremontcountydems.org/2017/10/17/holiday-party/
      The “Buy Now” button will take you to PayPal’s secure payment site where you can pay with a credit or debit card.
      In checking for this response, I do see that one of the party pages has incorrect links on it. I’ll fix that now. Sorry for the confusion.

      Reply
  2. November 10, 2017 Michele Gatton

    Still not fixed. The link is going to the Paypal sign in page and then goes to my account on sign in.

    Reply
    • November 13, 2017 Ken Rucker

      That is working as designed. We’re using PayPal gateway so we do not have to invest big bucks to set up a secure payment gateway on this web site.

      When you are redirected to the PayPal site, your transaction is protected by SSL and other security services. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can pay with any of the mainstream credit or debit cards. In fact you can do that even if you do have a PP account.

      After Microsoft bought PayPal, the functionality of the payment system has become unnecessarily confusing. Perhaps they now want you to create a PayPal account to even pay with a bank-issued card. I’ll try to look into it more closely.

      FWIW, having a PayPal account for online payments is a good idea in any case. I use it as a “firewall” between my bank accounts and the web. By paying for online stuff with PayPal, I am protected from subsequent unauthorized charges. If there is not a balance in PayPal, the transaction would be rejected and the offending party would never even see my real bank account info. There are a few subscriptions which I pay with monthly recurring charges via PayPal. For those, I simply transfer funds from my bank or credit card to the PayPal account – limiting the PP balance to just what is expected monthly.

      This was a savior recently when a software company tried to renew an “annual subscription” without prior authorization. That gave me an opportunity to change my payment method and avoid overdraft charges.

      If you are still uncertain about PP processing, get back with me or Melanie and we’ll find an alternate method. Meanwhile, I will look into replacements for the PP gateway, but prefer to avoid significant expenses to support secure payments via this website.

      Best regards, Ken (webmaster)

      Reply

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