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On 5/30/2020 at 4:05 PM, Demonland said:

Once the season gets back on track I will remove the ads for Life and Annual Members. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Still seeing the ads Andy. Is that just me?

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20 minutes ago, ManDee said:

Still seeing the ads Andy. Is that just me?

I will be removing them at the end of the month. I kept it going through July in order to attempt to recoup the losses the site made from March through to July. The site costs keep escalating and I'm going to have to fork out another $300 a year in an attempt to counter the site issues we are having post game.

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On 4/2/2020 at 11:08 AM, dpositive said:

Ads are fine but happy to pay fee annually.

Its the best value for Monet entertainment I have. 

Please provide a bsb and account so I can transfer.

is Monet artwork cheaper now?

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

I will be removing them at the end of the month. I kept it going through July in order to attempt to recoup the losses the site made from March through to July. The site costs keep escalating and I'm going to have to fork out another $300 a year in an attempt to counter the site issues we are having post game.

Don't remove them too early...BBO and friends would be enjoying the offers they are seeing.

Anyhow, have put some loot in the account to make sure this site keeps going.  We all need it in these times.....

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8 hours ago, george_on_the_outer said:

Don't remove them too early...BBO and friends would be enjoying the offers they are seeing.

Anyhow, have put some loot in the account to make sure this site keeps going.  We all need it in these times.....

Quite so George.   The adds are wonderful.

Ive made some lovely new friends ( in fact I’ve received offers of marriage) and discovered some very useful .... err devices !

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On 7/16/2020 at 8:35 AM, Demonland said:

I will be removing them at the end of the month. I kept it going through July in order to attempt to recoup the losses the site made from March through to July. The site costs keep escalating and I'm going to have to fork out another $300 a year in an attempt to counter the site issues we are having post game.

happy to keep the ads if it helps. Although very sick of ear cleaning ads - I would prefer some of what BBO is getting if possible.

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On 7/16/2020 at 8:44 AM, Kent said:

is Monet artwork cheaper now?

Good one K.

Monet never gets cheaper, but is great value for money. 

Dland is more affordable.

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17 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

I think my Annual Subscription expired recently however I’m still showing as an Annual Member and am unable to re-purchase an annual subscription. Is this able to be fixed so I can pay my annual fees? Thanks, Ethan Tremblay. 

I’m not sure how the Annual Membership works with the renewals. On your account on the back end it says you’re in the 7 day grace period which expires on the 14th. See what happens after that. If it keeps you as an Annual Member then the Demonland Gods will be smiling on you. :) 

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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

I’m not sure how the Annual Membership works with the renewals. On your account on the back end it says you’re in the 7 day grace period which expires on the 14th. See what happens after that. If it keeps you as an Annual Member then the Demonland Gods will be smiling on you. :) 

No worries, cheers. It does say “payment due” in the subscription section (I just can’t select to pay atm) so I’m guessing I’ll have the option to make the payment after the grace period ends. I’ll keep an eye out. 

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44 minutes ago, longsuffering said:

Andy, Just received notification that I have paid the subscription twice. It kept sending me back to the original payment site!!!

Can I be in credit for next year or does that complicate things for you!!

I refunded one of them but the system cancelled the Annual subscription entirely so I refunded the other one too. Once you have confirmed that you have received both refunds please try to process it again. Sorry for that. Not sure why that would have happened.

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Hey Andy, A suggestion that may help DL viability: that all Lifetime memberships end the day we win a flag, reset, as it will have been a lifetime most have been waiting... and in the post Flag euphoria, we're all bound to sign on for another "lifetime"..?

;)

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On 6/7/2021 at 4:31 PM, Demonland said:

I refunded one of them but the system cancelled the Annual subscription entirely so I refunded the other one too. Once you have confirmed that you have received both refunds please try to process it again. Sorry for that. Not sure why that would have happened.

Andy, have just subscribed again and checked payment with only one subscription gone through. Thanks

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17 hours ago, longsuffering said:

Andy, have just subscribed again and checked payment with only one subscription gone through. Thanks

Awesome. Thank you for your contribution.

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On 6/7/2021 at 4:46 PM, PaulRB said:

Hey Andy, A suggestion that may help DL viability: that all Lifetime memberships end the day we win a flag, reset, as it will have been a lifetime most have been waiting... and in the post Flag euphoria, we're all bound to sign on for another "lifetime"..?

;)

People who have already been generous in taking out a Lifetime or Annual Subscription are always welcome to Donate via the donate link.

Costs in running the website are always increasing with more users.

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