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This is a discussion on Upgrade Membership - Payment Options in HowTo Video Tutorials, part of Information Center ... i just created a short video to walk through the payment process using a credit card, paypal...by brian Admin Jan 16, '08i just created a short video to walk through the payment process using a credit card, paypal account or checking account. hope this helps
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if you do not have a paypal account and would like to pay with a credit card or an e-check, see the screenshot below for instructions.
please note, that if you pay by echeck, it takes 3-5 business days for your payment to clear and your account to be upgraded. paying with paypal or credit card, your account should be upgraded immeadiatly.
last resort, and slowest option is sending a check via snail mail. this process takes longer due to mailing time, manual cashing of check, time for check to clear etc..., then a manual upgrade of your account. (more work for us too )
but, if needed, please mail check with your exact username in the memo section or attach a note to the check, and send me (brian) a private message telling me that the check is in the mail, then mail it to:
17587 glasgow ave. suite #22
lakeville, mn 55044 usa
please post any questions that you might have. thanksLast edit by brian on Apr 2, '08
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