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Another question that would fall into that "why did I know this would come up" category:

Can I pay for a supporting membership via a check thru the mail?

Yeah, I know. Before you tie me to the railroad tracks, I am decidedly an "old school" fellow when it comes to running trains... and much else in life too!

Absolutely!!  Send it in and we will get back to you as soon as the check arrives!

Thanks!

@OGR CEO-PUBLISHER

Two more more questions: Make the check to "OGR Publishing, Inc."? And best mailing address: OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Court 6111, Mountain Home, AR  72653?

I don't really need a certificate, but having the "Supporting Member" moniker behind my name would suffice.

You could even make a new category for me that reads Supporting 027 Member   .

Okay, I'll quit while I'm ahead... This ain't the drive-thru... "Yeah, I'll have that membership with no mustard but with extra onions." 

@OGR CEO-PUBLISHER

Two more more questions: Make the check to "OGR Publishing, Inc."? And best mailing address: OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Court 6111, Mountain Home, AR  72653?

I don't really need a certificate, but having the "Supporting Member" moniker behind my name would suffice.

You could even make a new category for me that reads Supporting 027 Member   .

Okay, I'll quit while I'm ahead... This ain't the drive-thru... "Yeah, I'll have that membership with no mustard but with extra onions." 

Yes, the check should be made out just like you say above and the address is correct!  Thanks!

@MartyE posted:

I don't know about framing, but it made my avatar look better...  LOL!

Looks good Marty. No amount of help for me on my end. I look how I look. Somebody else would have to be in the photo to make me look better but then it would get taken down because it would be me.

I tell you all, last night was busy for me and I had a blast. I was doing a bunch last night helping my niece for a bit(she stopped in), then popping up here trying to read a few things as well as ordering some train related stuff as most of us do or should be doing. Before I finally got tired last night I realized it was already 11:30, lol. I had planned to nod off somewhere past 10:30 which has become the usual since I've been getting up before 4.

With all that going on it was probably one of the best nights I have had in a while(especially with everything going on recently, not the pandemic I mean). I'm now following Arnold because I always see other people I follow commenting on his posts and I came to realize Arnold has great topics.

See, just by looking at a few things over the course of a week or weeks, you follow someone new. One thing I'm having trouble doing is keeping up on topics. I think I have about four things that I haven't gotten back to besides work right now. Catch you all back at lunch(unless some other topic steals me away). 😁

Done.

The following text confused me a bit at first with the "OR" as I am already a digital subscriber but after reading some of the above posts, the fog cleared out of the brain and I realized that one can be both.

Help support this forum with an OGR Forum Supporting Membership.
You will be able to enter one of the new OGR VIDEO FORUMS!
A one-year OGR Forum Supporting Membership is only $12 per year, so sign up now!

 

    OR     

 

Access the ALL the OGR VIDEO FORUMS AND  over 300 back issues of OGR
with a DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION!

 

@Apples55 posted:

Arnold;

‘You should have received an email acknowledging your payment/membership. In that note is a link to get the certificate. One note... it will take you to the store and it will look like you are purchasing the certificate, but the cost is $0.00. You will be asked to input all your info like you did when you paid the $12, but there is no charge. Hope this helps.

Certificate access does not work. I opened my email, clicked on OGR link, took me to OGR Forum Supporting Membership, clicked on sign up now, same page pops up that I just clicked on to sign up. Am I missing the proper link hookup on my email? Guess I'm non-certifiable. Been called worst.

Guys, without us knowing, Crowdstack changed the receipt today!  Rich is working on fixing this so hang on, you will all be able to get your certificate.  For those of you that got the changed receipt without the link here is where you go for the certificate:  https://ogaugerr.com/web-store/forum-certificate/

Thanks for your support and understanding!

Guys, without us knowing, Crowdstack changed the receipt today!  Rich is working on fixing this so hang on, you will all be able to get your certificate.  For those of you that got the changed receipt without the link here is where you go for the certificate:  https://ogaugerr.com/web-store/forum-certificate/

Thanks for your support and understanding!

It worked - 10329. Thank you.

Guys, without us knowing, Crowdstack changed the receipt today!  Rich is working on fixing this so hang on, you will all be able to get your certificate.  For those of you that got the changed receipt without the link here is where you go for the certificate:  https://ogaugerr.com/web-store/forum-certificate/

Thanks for your support and understanding!

Your a GOOD man  Alan.  Thank you thank you for your quick response.

With all that going on it was probably one of the best nights I have had in a while(especially with everything going on recently, not the pandemic I mean). I'm now following Arnold because I always see other people I follow commenting on his posts and I came to realize Arnold has great topics.

See, just by looking at a few things over the course of a week or weeks, you follow someone new. One thing I'm having trouble doing is keeping up on topics. I think I have about four things that I haven't gotten back to besides work right now. Catch you all back at lunch(unless some other topic steals me away). 😁

Thank you so much, Dave, for your kind words, which are heart warming for me. My overriding goals when I post topics is to entertain, say something that I believe will be interesting about model railroading, and promote the Forum, OGR Magazine and the Greatest Hobby in the World.  Arnold

@leapinlarry posted:

Hey Alan, I signed up for supporting member, hopefully I did it correctly. I love this OGR Forum, it’s so information friendly on most every topic of model railroading. If digital comes with this subscription, that’s fantastic. Happy Railroading Everyone.

 

Hi Larry....the supporting member does not include a digital subscription, sorry my friend.  Oh, and by the way, your digital subscription ended in July just in case you missed the renewal letter I sent out in an email blast a few days ago.

Thanks!

@Mannyrock posted:

Alan,

Is there a physical address to which we can just mail you a check?

(Would prefer not to put my credit card data into the internet stratosphere too much.)

Thx,

Mannyrock

Yes!!  You have a couple of choices.  If you are worried about security, we use the latest in that technology and so does our processor (Authorize.net) so if you want, you can do this using the link.  If not, then you can call me personally and I will get it done for you through our secure phone.  AND, if neither of those appeal to you, then you can mail it to our address:  OGR Publishing Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Court Ste. 6, Mountain Home, AR.  72653 (no guarantee that the mail will get here quickly ).  Frankly, I don't send any payments through the mail anymore since between the bank, credit card company, processor, and our secure website, combined provide as safe a place to do business as one could find most anywhere.

Thanks!

@Mannyrock posted:

Is there a physical address to which we can just mail you a check?

(Would prefer not to put my credit card data into the internet stratosphere too much.)

I have not written a check for ANYTHING for at least two years. Online purchases, utility bills, house payments, doctor bills, license plates, and even groceries are all done online now.

This is no reason these days to fear using a credit card on the internet.

Thanks for the input Rich.

Perhaps you don't remember that Bank of America, with the highest security available and in place, was hacked 10 years ago, and the hackers stole all of the credit card info, bank account info, and personal data of more than a half million people.  And you know what Bank of America said?  

"Oh, . . . we're SO sorry."

I'm not really concerned with the OGR security systems, I'm sure they are top notch, but mine are not!  :-)

Mannyrock

@Scrambler81 posted:

I’m in. This forum is well worth it. 
Anyone know how I find out when I was last sent a magazine? I remember renewing, but it seems like I haven’t seen a new mag in a very long time.

Chris...I checked your account and the reason why you haven't received a print issue for a while is that your print subscription ended in March....  Since you have a digital sub, when you go into your account you will see that it says your print is expired.  If you need assistance, feel free to contact me via phone if that works better for you or by email.

Thanks!

Guys, without us knowing, Crowdstack changed the receipt today!  Rich is working on fixing this so hang on, you will all be able to get your certificate.  For those of you that got the changed receipt without the link here is where you go for the certificate:  https://ogaugerr.com/web-store/forum-certificate/

Thanks for your support and understanding!

Yeah I noticed the change right in the middle of my day. One good thing which I can say is both good and bad is that everyone's replies get rolled into the last replied person. So, instead of having 12 replies it clears it and revises it into the most recent. At least I guess that is what you call it. The thing that bugs me about that is the color. It is harder to read as it is not white with black lettering but an off color email entirely. 

Yeah I noticed the change right in the middle of my day. One good thing which I can say is both good and bad is that everyone's replies get rolled into the last replied person. So, instead of having 12 replies it clears it and revises it into the most recent. At least I guess that is what you call it. The thing that bugs me about that is the color. It is harder to read as it is not white with black lettering but an off color email entirely. 

Dave, I am not sure what you are talking about in your second and third sentence???  Can you explain further please?  Thanks!

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