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500 membership and private messaging

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 7:01 pm
by ladydisciple
I have a problem that needs fixing and this seems to be the right place...

Not long after I joined FW I paid a one-year subscription through Pay Pal for Private Messaging. Several months later I signed up for Faithwriters 500 (paying monthly through my bank), which as I understand it includes Private Messaging in the 500 package.

My Private Messaging yearly subscription came due this month, showing up on Pay Pal and my husband, not knowing what it was cancelled it. :roll: So today I was not able to get into PM. Is PM still one of the perks for FW 500 and if so how should I resolve the problem?

Janice Cartwright

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:21 pm
by Deb Porter
Janice, it definitely is one of the perks of the 500. You shouldn't have still been being charged for the PM service if you have signed up for the 500 as well. I'll forward this query on to Scott straight away.

Love, Deb

Private Messaging back to snuff

Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:28 pm
by ladydisciple
Thanks to Deb and Scott my PM is up and running again. :superhappy

You know I find it amazing :shock: how some folks take their blessings so quickly and easily for granted! I find that hard to understand. :o

Not me, I'm always very thankful!! :angel2

Re: PM and 500

Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:36 pm
by srashmi
RuthAnnCC wrote:On another track - I have a friend who is a FW member but not the 500 because it is financially not possible for her. I am thinking about giving her a membership to the 500 as a birthday/Christmas gift because she is an amazing writer and introduced me to FW and is a wonderful friend. So my question, can this be done? Can I sign up for her and she receive an email telling her she has received this gift? Can I somehow donate the money and she get a gift certificate ... I don't know. Is there a protocol for something like this?
Yes, you can sposor a member. Go to the 500 members area on the site (not here on the boards.) On the left side of the page it says, "Sponsor a member". Click there.


Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:01 am
by Deb Porter
Yes, Joanney's right. You can only claim the 500 membership if you make an income from anything writing related. It's definitely not a charitable donation.

To contact FaithWriters about activating the EZ portfolio page or your email, use the Priority Support page via your account at FaithWriters: ... upport.php

If you have a non-fiction book in mind (or in the works), think about entering it in the Page Turner contest for 2008. It's well worth winning. (We'll be back to fiction in 2009.)

If you have an article you think might work well in FaithWriters' Magazine, then why not let me know about it? Check out the current departments we have (in the Magazine forum) and if you think you have the perfect something, just drop me a line. I don't call for submissions, but I'm always happy to hear from people with suggestions.

Those are just a couple of 500 benefits you can think about.

Love, Deb

adding published work

Posted: Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:32 pm
by btplove
Hello, I have a book already published through a publishing company called RoseDog Books. I is a picture poem book entitled, Lord I Know You're Always There. I wanted to know if this can be added to my profile. Plus, I have had one poem published in a book called of Time and Tide. It's not a christian poem though. Also, I have one news articial that was published in a newspaper out of New York. This is not recent work, but work non the less. Can these be added to my profile :?: