Reminder to Readers: Annual Subscription Renewal Period Begins February 28

PLEASE CHECK RENEWAL STATUS

by Sharon Rondeau

(Feb. 17, 2015) — On February 28, 2012, The Post & Email converted to a subscription platform to offset costs associated with constant hacking and the need to move to a dedicated server with extra security.

Since relocating to pair.com, The Post & Email has enjoyed virtually no interruption in service and excellent security.

This notice is to remind readers who subscribed immediately after the conversion to check their subscription status between now and February 28.  If you selected the “recurring payment” option, a renewal fee at your current subscription level will be automatically deducted from your Paypal account on your subscription anniversary.

If you do not wish to renew, please cancel the recurring payment now through your Paypal account, which will save me valuable time handling requests for refunds and adjustments during the hectic renewal period, which lasts approximately 45 days.

The Post & Email also offers a non-recurring subscription option for those who would like to manage their subscription manually (see bottom of page from above link).

If you subscribed by check or money order, please make sure that your subscription is current through your renewal date.  If you paid by check and are unsure of your anniversary date, please advise at editor@thepostemail.com.

Readers whose subscriptions began at another time of the year need do nothing.

The Post & Email wishes to thank all of its subscribers for their ongoing support of independent journalism not influenced by corporate interests, agendas, and tabloid advertising.

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