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After submitting your application, you will see a message on the screen indicating whether your subscription was successfully processed. It if was, you will receive an email message containing your User Name and Password (chosen by you). You may log into the Subscribers Area any time after your subscription has been approved.

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When choosing your password it must be a combination of 8 (minimum) characters and numbers, this is to ensure the security of your password! You should not share your User Name and Password, this is to ensure your privacy and information security. 

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If you've lost (or did not receive) your 'Welcome New Subscriber' email, or if you've forgotten your username or password, you can use the Lost Password feature on the login page to receive an automatic email message (sent to your originally registered email address) of your registration record.

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Broadly stated, the goals of this site are to provide subscribers with the information and resources described in the Subscription Information page. In return, we expect you to abide by a few simple terms and conditions of use.

These terms and guidelines are intended to help maintain a useful amount of order. These rules may be revised without notice.

The discussion forums are provided as a way for you to ask questions, seek opinions, offer advice, and in generally connect with other subscribers. In order for the discussion forums to work, we ask that you follow these guidelines:

  • Do lead by example - Nothing improves a forum more than posters who reason sharply, write well, and have some perspective about it all. Be one of them.
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