DUES AND TRAVEL EXPENSE
Payments not received by their due date will be assessed a $50 late fee. In addition, players with delinquent accounts will not be allowed to train or compete until payment has been received.
Note: accounts are considered delinquent if payment for dues and/or travel has not been received by the due date.
Team dues and travel payments are non-refundable.
The parent or legal guardian will be responsible for payments when due even if the player voluntarily withdraws or is discharged by the KAULUKOA Director.
Note: the reason we make travel payments non-refundable is so that we can protect the families that do travel. Someone pulling out after they made a commitment to travel can have a large impact on the financial obligation of those that do.
Exception: An athlete that suffers a season-ending injury. When applicable, the Board of Directors will meet to decide the remaining financial obligation of the athlete or the organization.
In the event any action is taken, whether by court proceeding or otherwise, to collect any sum or sums which may become due under the terms of this Contract, the undersigned promises to pay in addition to any amounts owed, all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney’s fees of 25% of the unpaid balance, and other expenses incurred by KAULUKOA.
Any player with an outstanding balance on July 31 of the season that just concluded will have 45 days to bring their account current. If the account balance is not paid within that time, KAULUKOA will turn the account over to a debt collection agency and your name will be added to our “Outstanding Accounts” page on the KAULUKOA website. Any names listed will remain until the balance has been paid.
Note: The Outstanding Accounts page is a way for other clubs to identify families that have delinquent accounts with us. We feel strongly that it’s important to help protect the financial health of our organization and other organizations like us. We, juniors volleyball clubs, are all competitors by nature, but I think it’s fair to say that we’re all trying to have a positive impact on our youth and the community. That’s worth preserving, even if we draw criticism for the policy.