GA B 45 Payment methods

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All fees which are to be paid to the EPO must be paid in euros by payment or transfer to a bank account held by the EPO. For persons having a deposit account with the EPO payment may be made by debit order. A debit order can also be submitted in electronic form via the EPO's Online Fee Payment portal. Automatic debiting facilities havehas been available for any fee payments to the EPO as receiving Office, ISA and IPEA since 1 April 2015. Payment of fees by credit card is not yet possible, and payment by cheque was abolished by the EPO in 2008. EachEvery issue of the Official Journal provides guidance for the payment of fees.
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The equivalent amount in euros of any fee set in Swiss francs by WIPO is from time to time amended. Actual fee rates are published in the Official Journal, the Official Notices (PCT Gazette) and the (see points  ff).
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The date to be considered as the date on which a payment is made is established in accordance with the EPO's Rules relating to Fees.

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EPC Rules relating to Fees

EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int.

EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - B The EPO as a PCT receiving Office

Offical Journal of the EPO