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Submitted by tomcox on


Hi everyone,

I suddenly remembered that my annual subscription expired on August 2nd when my iTunes couldn't syncronize the latest podcasts.

Suggestion: For those of us that forget things like annual subscriptions, is there a way to send out automated reminder emails?

As an aside, I just resubscribed for my second year of premium content! :wink:



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(who pays monthly via a Paypal subscription)

terrih's picture

:lol: Stephen...

although when it comes to paid subscriptions, most of us are used to being OVER-notified of an upcoming expiration!

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[quote="terrih"]:lol: Stephen...[/quote]

I couldn't resist. With the frequency with which CTRL-Shift-K is mentioned in the podcasts, it was just too tempting. I can resist anything but temptation.

[quote="terrih"]although when it comes to paid subscriptions, most of us are used to being OVER-notified of an upcoming expiration![/quote]

True. Some of the things I'm subscribed to start warning 6 months in advance, and these are things that are on automatic Paypal or credit card payment (i.e. they initiate the charge)!


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[quote="stephenbooth_uk"]I can resist anything but temptation.[/quote]

Mr Stephen,
I am an Auditor of a BANK OF THE NORTH INTERNATIONAL,ABUJA(FCT). I have the courage to Crave indulgence for this important business believing that you will never let me down either now or in the future. Some years ago, an American Mining consultant/ contractor with the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, made a numbered time (fixed)deposit for twelve calendar months, valued $12M.USD (TWELVE MILLION US DOLLARS) in an account. On maturity, The bank sent a routine notification to his forwarding address but got no reply. After a month, The bank sent another reminder and finally his contract employers, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation wrote to inform the bank that he died without MAKING A WILL, and all attempts
by the American Embassy to trace his next of kin was fruitless.