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REF PAY - MESSAGES FROM HIGH SCHOOLS WHO ARE GOING ON TO REF-PAY... most officials have no problem registering for RefPay and completing the critical step that links their Arbitersports account with their RefPay account. If this step is neglected, we cannot pay the official, so it is important that they link these two accounts. The folks at RefPay are happy to assist any official who needs assistance with the registration/linking process (801-576-9436) or http://www.refpay.com/.
Orange County HS paying by RefPay :
Aliso Niguel HS Beckman High School Buena Parks HS Capistrano Valley HS Capistrano Valley Christian School Canyon HS Corona Del Mar HS Costa Mesa HS Cypress HS Dana Hills HS Edison HS El Toro HS Estancia HS Fountain Valley Fullerton HS Huntington Beach Irvine HS La Habra HS Marina HS Mater Dei effective 4/9/15 Newport Harbor HS Northwood HS Ocean View HS Orange Lutheran San Clemente HS San Juan Hills HS Sonora HS Sunny Hills Tesoro HS Tarbut V'Torah Trabuco Hills HS Troy HS Westminster HS Woodbridge HS University HS Arbiter has created a direct relationship with RefPay to be able to issue official’s game payments. Please note that you MUST set up a RefPay account in order to receive payments and the school must also RefPay Officials Guide

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