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Discussion in 'MEMBER RULES, GUIDELINES & ANNOUNCEMENTS' started by JonSidneyB, Jun 11, 2012.
The forum store IS JS Burly's.
I am under the impression that JS Burleys is the forum store.
The Forum Store and J S Burly is the same thing.
Jon owns the Forum / EDCF and The Forum Store / J S Burly.
If I have not answered the question or if there is something I missed let me know and I can try to explain it better if I can.
The question was answered. Thanks.
Not sure if this is the right thread but...
What are the options for buying supporter badges? Credit card or PayPal only? I wouldn't mind supporting but I have a MAJOR hangup about using CC online and really not comfortable with PayPal either.
Is there a order # for supporter badges or would I just send payment earmarked for that?
Jon gets the mail. Just right a note and say "hey Jon, this is a check for $X.xx for a +x supporter badge. He'll get it on there for you
Those of us who refuse to come into the 20th century make problems sometimes...
You can always buy a prepaid card at your local Walmart ( or Kmart, or 7/11, or whatever) for the amount you need and then throw it away or reload as needed.
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Don't forget to include your forum member name, otherwise he'll have no idea who you are.
by looking at the list of items being donated for the Fundraiser Giveaway, I'm thinking: a lotta members gotta be saying:
EDCF Supporter Badges are too cheap for me NOT to enter this!
And a personal thanx to you, for handling the daily updates to the Extra Special Forum Giveaway thread.
And a reminder to all EDCF members: check the first post of this thread daily....watch it grow!
I looked into one of the Green Dot prepaids at Wally World and it was a flippin nightmare... I'll stick to snail mail checks as long as people will take them.
I vote for monthly Spyderco Sprint Runs.
Monthly?! I wouldn't be able to keep up!
I believe there is 1 spyderco run per year Max
Even if we made them all purple?
The bluebird cards are super easy and cost nothing to reload them. Five bucks for the initial card and just take the card to a cashier to reload. No fees. The greendot cards require a reload card or require a fee to add cash at the register.
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I would die every month besides the first, since I would have to just wave them goodbye...
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