Payed for Full Membership

by Avont
16 replies
So, I've payed for the full-membership, recieved a reciept from Paypal...

What next...I haven't received any emails from warrior forum or anything...
#full #membership #payed
  • Profile picture of the author TheRealRazzy
    You're a war room member. What were you looking to receive in terms of an email?

    An activation email? Because I'm sure you've already gotten that lol
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    You don't get any promotional emails. You're a member, so you get to read the forum and make your plan for making money and ask questions, etc.

    An upgrade to the War Room gets you more pms, ability to launch WSOs, and access to the War Room that has a ton of free products in it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Abby Haukongo
      You'll see that on the main Warrior page (www.warriorforum.com) you now have access to more sections that were once marked as Private.
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      • Profile picture of the author Avont
        Originally Posted by Abby Haukongo View Post

        You'll see that on the main Warrior page (www.warriorforum.com) you now have access to more sections that were once marked as Private.
        The reason I payed $10 to get full membership was to be able to post a thread on the Warrior Special Offers Forum...

        But im still unable to do this...
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        • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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          Originally Posted by TinDesign View Post

          The reason I payed $10 to get full membership was to be able to post a thread on the Warrior Special Offers Forum…

          But im still unable to do this...
          $10 allows you to register and be a member of the Warrior Forum. $37 one time War Room fee allows you to post a WSO, and as mentioned, posting a WSO costs $40 initially and $40 each time you want to bump it.
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  • Profile picture of the author bharatnt
    War Room membership ONLY makes you eligible to post in the WSO section.

    If you want to post a thread in WSO section you will have to pay $40 for each post and if you want to bump the old thread in WSO section you will have to pay $40 to do that too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Avont
      Originally Posted by bharatnt View Post

      War Room membership ONLY makes you eligible to post in the WSO section.

      If you want to post a thread in WSO section you will have to pay $40 for each post and if you want to bump the old thread in WSO section you will have to pay $40 to do that too.
      Cheers, I wish this was made more obvious, and I hope I can get a refund for the $10.
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      • Profile picture of the author mywebwork
        Originally Posted by TinDesign View Post

        Cheers, I wish this was made more obvious, and I hope I can get a refund for the $10.
        When you signed up there was a link to this thread that clearly states what the membership options are:

        http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...id-status.html

        Not sure how much "more obvious" this could have been!

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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        Originally Posted by TinDesign View Post

        Cheers, I wish this was made more obvious, and I hope I can get a refund for the $10.

        If you want a refund, you'll have to contact the help desk with your receipt number and ask them.
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  • Profile picture of the author theimdude
    you donno understanda this?

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...mp-thread.html

    click da link

    Payment For Threads And Bumps


    To Pay For A Thread:

    1. Post Your Thread First.

    2. A Moderator Will Approve Your Thread.

    3. When Approved You Will Get A Private Message With A Payment Link To PayPal. The cost for a WSO is $40.

    4. As Soon As You Make Payment Your Thread Will Go Live.

    That's it!
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    • Profile picture of the author rickrvh
      TinDesign and Emoicom - I can understand your confusion; I'm not exactly a newbie, probably more like a newbie studying "The Ultimate Guide to Making Money on the Internet" and am in the sophomore class now, chapter 4, Newbie 104. BTW, that is a fictitious course, just trying to add perspective and a little humor. Check out CPAFix.com, however, for Newbie 411 document.

      Anyway, the $10/$37 is to discourage free forum members from spamming this site in an attempt to keep this site as "pure" as possible. The cost is dirt cheap and only a one time fee. I would pay it annually now that I've been around some of the other forums and have seen the wealth of information here. I've also gathered that this group of people would bend over backwards to help you get started and making money on the internet. I have some professional subscriptions required for my job that run a couple of hundred each year and they don't even come close to the content here.

      I've spent several thousand dollars on "one-click" instant internet systems or plugins kowing that there is no such thing. I know, I'm an ID 10 T. Regardless, I'm sure some of these purchases were/are good purchases, I just haven't gotten to try all of them yet. I just spent the last several days trying to configure WebsiteAutomationWizard only to find out from this site that a large number of people never got it working and that customer service is poor. This site alone is worth it just to be able to research an offer before buying and having the ability to ask questions of fellow members. As for the $40 to submit a WSO (Warrior Special Offer), presumably this is a piece of software or other that you are selling to this network which stands to make a profit so it makes sense to payto submit it. A music writing site to which I belong charges a nominal fee also. The primary reason across both this and that music writing site is that it keeps people from just throwing a bunch of junk out there.

      Anyway, hope this helps and gives you a glimpse into the value of the tool you have here on this site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Avis
    You want to refund? Warrior Forum membership? Are you crazy?

    It has to be the best value $10 spent anyone in the IM space will ever make!

    I have to say that if you hope to sell a WSO you need to rethink a few things.
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    • Profile picture of the author Horny Devil
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      Originally Posted by Martin.Avis View Post

      You want to refund? Warrior Forum membership? Are you crazy?
      Pretty strong. The guy has just misunderstood a few things. We were all new members once . . . don't you remember?


      Originally Posted by Martin.Avis View Post

      It has to be the best value $10 spent anyone in the IM space will ever make!
      That's your opinion. Others may think differently - particularly newbies - who haven't yet had the time to ascertain the benefits of membership, or otherwise.


      Originally Posted by Martin.Avis View Post

      I have to say that if you hope to sell a WSO you need to rethink a few things.
      What does the OP need to rethink? He's just a little confused about how basic Membership, War Room, and WSO fees all interrelate when joining WF. That hardly makes him "crazy" or means he has to "rethink a few things" if he hopes to sell a WSO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Avont
    Thanks guys, you're unbelievably helpful!
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  • Profile picture of the author emoicom
    I'm confusing with same problem also, but after the explanation of you all, I think I understand some of it already. Thanks guys
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