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Guide to Successful Submissions: Payments

This guide is intended to provide an overview of what is required for a successful heraldic submission. It does not attempt to replace the Administrative Handbook or SENA, only to give you a guide to what is required and a checklist of common pitfalls to avoid. The full rules may be found at Consulting heralds should read and be familiar with the content of this page. Please ask questions of your senior heralds if you have them!


  • Payment of $10/item is due at submission time
  • No further payment is required for resubmissions made within one year of the notification that a previous submission has been pended or returned.
  • Payment may be provided by check or money order payable to SCA Inc, College of Heralds of Atlantia
  • Do NOT send cash through the mail!
  • For entirely-electronic submissions, include an electronic copy of the payment form that will be delivered with the payment.
  • Submitters may make checks or money orders out directly to the College of Heralds as noted above.
  • If an Atlantian herald accepts cash for a submission:
    • The cash must be turned over to a warranted exchequer.
    • The exchequer will deposit the funds into the appropriate group bank account and send a check to the College of Heralds.
    • They will include the transaction on the group's quarterly and annual financial reports as a transfer within the kingdom.
    • Heralds may NOT write checks or buy money orders on behalf of submitters; the funds must flow through an approved Society account and not a personal account.