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Thor 01-03-2007 02:26 AM

How to Donate
You might know that it's not free to keep a board on the internet, so if you're interested in helping us out by donating a small amount of money we will be very grateful. Of course we donít expect more from you than what you can spare and itís not an obligation, it's your choice. However, if you decide to donate please read the following carefully:

How can you donate?
Itís very easy; at the bottom of every page on the forum you'll find a paypal button and when you click on it it will lead you to a paypal page where you have to fill in a few things to process your donation. The minimum donation is Ä1 ($1,44). Don't forget to put your username in the transaction (there's a text field called Payment For: that's where you put your username) or we won't know who donated the money.

What do you need when donating?
To make the donation you need a credit card and a paypal account. If you're under age and you are using the credit card from your parents/guardians we ask you to ask permission from the credit card owner first, before you make a donation. If you're not under age and are using the credit card of someone else (i.e. your parents/guardians) we also ask you to ask permission first.

What do you get when you have donated?
- A custom AV (110x120)
- AV/Name Change credits for every euro you donate
- Not restricted to the 3 month waiting period for a name change.
- Your very own Email forwarder (yourname@midnight-shadows.org)
- Custom contributor title (Contributor under your AV)
- Access to the Contributor forum
- Access to extra schemes
- Listed on the Contributor List
Can I donate for someone else?
Yes you can. Simply put their username into "Payment for" to make the donation in their name.

Can I give credits to someone else?
As long as they are a contributor as well you may. If they are not yet one, you cannot transfer your credits to them. You would have to consider making a donation in their name.

We thank you ever so kindly!

-- The Midnight Shadows Staff

Announcement March 13, 2012

Originally Posted by Imzadi (Post 391890)
Everyone, we'd like to remind you that it is of utmost importance for you to put down the current username for the member who is to receive the credits resulting from your donation upon making a contribution. It would be even BETTER if you could not just include the username but the userid in parenthesis as well (eg: Imzadi (UID: 8)) as that allows us to determine the recipient beyond the shadow of a doubt.

In the future, failing to put the username into the donation form will lead to the credits not being updated under your name - or at least not until you can prove that the donation made in question was made by you. To avoid this kind of hassle, please just remember to include the current username (and userid).

Thank you.

Gypsy Fire 03-20-2007 03:30 PM

Well let;s get in there and donate everyone! I know these boards cost to keep them running...and I think the staff here has done a fantastic job in making such an awesome board!

Targaryen 03-20-2007 04:53 PM

I should donate by Friday, I love the board and wish to help as much as I can. :nod:

Balenciaga 03-22-2007 03:13 AM

I'll try to donate as soon as I can. :nod: Just have to get some money into my bank account, instead of wasting it all on clothes. :( (A)

Sobriquet 03-22-2007 10:31 AM

I've donated, at least I think I have. How long does it take for the contributor stuff to appear?

Mercy 03-22-2007 02:21 PM


Originally Posted by Double Entendre (Post 6124)
I've donated, at least I think I have. How long does it take for the contributor stuff to appear?

As long as it takes Ellen to deal with it really. A few days or so should be a good guess :nod:.

Sacrifice 03-24-2007 11:37 PM

How much is that in Australian dollar?

Balenciaga 03-24-2007 11:41 PM

I googled it and it was like 1.65 in australian dollars. :-p Hope that's right. xD

Mercy 03-24-2007 11:41 PM

I believe it is: 1 U.S. dollar = 1.23946455 Australian dollar. Courtesy of google search :-p.

Balenciaga 03-24-2007 11:45 PM

Yeah, but to contribute, it's 1 Euro (or $1.33).

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