Pack F.A.Q.

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The easiest is to pay by TWINT. It does not matter who you bank with: TWINT is available to everybody. To download the app on your phone, go to Once you have the app (and set it up), simply send the payment to mobile 0788651892. Please indicate your child’s name and/or the reason for payment (e.g., Bob Smith member dues or Smith family ski weekend).

You can also pay through the Post Office or directly from your bank account via electronic fund transfer (EFT). Please indicate your child’s name in the Reason for Payment (Zahlungszweck/Motif versement/Motivo versamento) field.

Here is the information needed for a Post Office payment or EFT:

Name: Pack 130 Geneva
Bank: UBS SA, Case Postale, 1211 Geneve 2
Account no. 240-257508.40H
IBAN: CH40 0024 0240 2575 0840 H

Member dues for 2019-20 are 325 CHF per scout and should be paid no later than 30 September 2019.

Category: Financial

Annual dues are 325.-CHF/year. This includes the uniform, handbook, supplies and materials, den fees, badges, insurance, and other incidentals.  There is also an $11 online registration fee and you may have to pay a small amount for you and your child to participate in various activities (e.g. camping fees, sports event tickets, meals out, etc.)

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Please keep your receipts and send the Treasurer a scanned copy along with your banking details and the Treasurer will reimburse you directly into your bank account.

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Use these details to make a bank to bank transfer directly into the Pack 130 bank account.

Name: Pack 130 Geneva
Bank: UBS SA, Case Postale, 1211 Geneve 2.
Account no. 240-257508.40H
IBAN: CH40 0024 0240 2575 0840 H

Category: Financial

The member dues cover the cost of chartering the pack with the Transatlantic Council (TAC), the uniform (shirt, neckerchief and buckle, belt, basecall cap and pack T-shirt), badges and patches, the cost of a Boys Life magazine subscription, expenses such as renting the venue for the Blue and Gold Banquet, Pinewood Derby equipment, etc., and supplies for holding pack meetings and events.

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