Update A RosterPro Method of Payment From TeamNet

The TeamNet platform provides Household Administrators with a comprehensive list of all registration orders that have been placed for their Household on any RosterPro® Registration System site.

The order history indicates the date the order was placed, the organization it was placed for, the number of remaining payments, and the amount still due.

Rather than manually navigating to each organization’s registration system, locating the order, and making a payment separately – TeamNet’s order history links directly to the RosterPro® order to make updating payment methods and making payments as simple as possible!

Locating TeamNet Orders

To access your full list of registrations, click into the My Household section and then click into the third tab, Orders.

This section will alert the Household Administrator of any remaining payments left on a particular order, and the remaining amount due.

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Update Your Payment Method

To make a payment, or update the payment method on a particular order, click on the linked date. Clicking on this link will redirect the Household Administrator to the Registration Order History in the corresponding RosterPro® Registration System.

Once redirected to the RosterPro® Registration System, Household Administrators can edit their payment info per usual.

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If there are multiple registrations placed on the same date, make sure you are editing the correct order payment.

For more information on how to switch between the TeamNet platform and the RosterPro® Registration System contact Demosphere Support at support@blog.demosphere.com.

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Kris Baker

Executive Vice President at Demosphere
Kris Baker is the President of Demosphere and has been serving the Youth Sports Community since 2006.
  • paul

    Can I provide my clients with with an on-line bank related payment option (in addition to Credit card payment) that does not cost me or the client any money?