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Benefits of Paid tier?

Discussion in 'Paid Membership System' started by CoLoSSaL Uprising, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. CoLoSSaL Uprising

    CoLoSSaL Uprising

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    I am relatively new here, have been here for a week or so. I have looked everywhere to find out what the benefits are to being a paid member. I haven't found it.

    Can you make a sticky in this forum about what the benefits are to us called "Why become a paid member?"

    If it is as simple as paid membership allows us to provide the site, then so be it. But even at that I am sure that there are benefits such as member status graphic or something in the member's profile.

    If I am missing it, it is just because there are so many areas of Glock Talk that it doesn't pop out at me.
     
  2. IWLAFART

    IWLAFART

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    I too have been lookin for paid member information. Silver, Lifetime, others.

    I would probably join a tier but need more info.
     


  3. Mrs. VR

    Mrs. VR Sharon, you will be missed.

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    Hi. This is from a post Eric made awhile ago:

     
  4. ccoprdc

    ccoprdc

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    Mrs. VR, I realize this post was from 2009. Since it's now 2013 has anything solidified yet? I'd love to become a paid member, but if $40 gets me the same thing $250 does it will make a huge difference in how much of my SSI Disability check gets spent. I actually tried to join with this link... http://shop.glocktalk.com/index.php?cPath=13 and got this... "This Account Is Currently Offline". Any ideas?