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Chris Skagen, JD – Executive Director


Simon Schwartz – Associate Executive Director




OASCA Executive Staff Office
3333 S. Bannock St. #400
Englewood, CO 80110
Fax (303)806-5063



Cancellation Policies for OASCA Seminars/ Membership:

Credit Card Terms & Conditions:

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Credit Card Security Code Explained

Our process asks customers to enter their credit cards security code, also known as the Card Verification Value Code, or CVV. CVV is a new authentication procedure established by credit card companies, designed to prevent credit card fraud.

Entering the security code verifies possession of the card itself. The CVV code now appears on most (but not all) major credit and debit cards. Each credit card company has its own name for the CVV code, but it functions the same for all major card types. VISA refers to the code as CVV2, MasterCard calls it CVC2.  The CVV security code usually can be found on the back of your credit card. It is a 3-4 digit number printed at the top of the signature strip.

Refund Policy:

Oregon Ambulatory Surgery Association (OASCA) will only issue refunds on credit card payments if the requests for refunds are made no later than three weeks prior to the scheduled event.

If you are unable to attend a seminar for which you have registered, you can choose to cancel your registration, or substitute another member of your organization in place of the original participant. Requests submitted after the three week deadline will not be refunded. A valid reason is required for refund.  A $50 cancellation fee will also be applied. Registrations paid by credit card can only be refunded by issuing a credit back to the card that was used for payment.