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Hi, I am a little concerned about my renewal notice,
It does say if I do not renew then access will be removed, does that mean what I think it means?


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Re: Introducing our Supporting Members scheme

Originally Posted by Rehab44 ->
Hi, I am a little concerned about my renewal notice,
It does say if I do not renew then access will be removed, does that mean what I think it means?
Hello Rehab it certainly doesnít mean what I think you are meaning

Have a look here .....

https://www.over50sforum.com/showthread.php?t=19664

We have Silver, Gold and Diamond packages, each one offering various benefits for sponsoring the site. If you cease your sponsorship you will lose the benefits you were offered for that level.

Hope that helps
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Re: Introducing our Supporting Members scheme

Originally Posted by Mags ->
Hello Rehab it certainly doesnít mean what I think you are meaning

Have a look here .....

https://www.over50sforum.com/showthread.php?t=19664

We have Silver, Gold and Diamond packages, each one offering various benefits for sponsoring the site. If you cease your sponsorship you will lose the benefits you were offered for that level.

Hope that helps
Ahhhhhh.....doh! Thanks cherub, sorted
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Ahhhhhh.....doh! Thanks cherub, sorted
Good!
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Good to see other supporting members
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Good to see other supporting members
Itís only a little amount for a lot of benefits and fun
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Good idea Jem. I think Paypal converts the amount to let people in other countries know the amount in their local currency but here's a quick conversation at today's exchange rates:

Edit: removed as now out of date. This can give you a better idea though
... don't forget it will be much cheaper to join after 30th March 2019
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