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  • AUSRC.COM Annual Subscriptions

    Since 2007, AUSRC.COM has offered paid subscriptions to it's members to assist in the up-keep of the forum, and to offer it's paid subscribers some additional functionality in relation to forum features.

    In 2011 with the introduction of Subscriber Promotions, these subscriptions now provide additional value to our members.

    A summary of member benefits for each of the subscription levels is detailed below.


    Additionally, the support that you provide to our community will be always be seen as your profile will display your subscription badges forever.


    To access the subscriptions, simply click on the "Settings" link on the top right hand corner of the screen. This will take you to your profile settings and in the left hand menu bar you will find "Paid Subscriptions". If you have a PayPal account this can be done quickly and easily and your added benefits will immediately become available.

    For those of you that would like to subscribe but do not have a PayPal account, please PM AUSRC directly for alternatives.

    Apart from that, we have the fine print:

    While being an AUSRC.COM subscriber gives you the added benefits above, you are not entering into a contract with any person or organisation or getting any guarantee of anything in return for you giving away your money.

    Your subscription constitutes a donation and donations are exactly that, a voluntary contribution to help with the forums upkeep and improvement. They cannot be refunded in part or whole at any time so please only donate what you can afford. Your donation does not guarantee your access to this site or entitle you to any extra benefits when compared to a non-contributing members account, except for those things listed in the table above.

    The AUSRC.COM community will however give you our sincere thanks.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: AUSRC.COM Annual Subscriptions started by AUSRC View original post
    Comments 30 Comments
    1. Scratch2k's Avatar
      As a non subscriber threads limit the image count to 5, your table above doesn't mention if this is increased for subscribers, is it?
    1. AUSRC's Avatar
      Quote Originally Posted by Scratch2k View Post
      As a non subscriber threads limit the image count to 5, your table above doesn't mention if this is increased for subscribers, is it?
      Mate, that has been the largest pain in the rear end that I have had with vBulletin.

      The short answer to your question is... I want it to... but I have been unable to achieve it.

      It seems that no matter what I do, that setting wants to stay at 5. I have some updates to apply, so maybe that will help.
    1. Scratch2k's Avatar
      If it's any motivation to get it working, it would be the one feature which would make become a subscriber.
    1. AUSRC's Avatar
      I know this has gone a little off topic, but...

      It appears that the maximum number of images per port is a fixed number, and it therefore cannot be attached to Subscriptions, etc.

      That said, I THINK I have just upped the limit to 10....



      And that seems to have worked....

      Please remember the number includes Smilies, Images and videos.
    1. Scratch2k's Avatar
      Thanks for increasing that, 10 is a good number I think. Better put my money where my mouth is, subscribing now
    1. AUSRC's Avatar
      Quote Originally Posted by Scratch2k View Post
      Thanks for increasing that, 10 is a good number I think. Better put my money where my mouth is, subscribing now
      Mate, the community thanks you... even if that wasn't my intention.... I thought I only won the prize if I could associate it with Subscriptions levels....
    1. Scratch2k's Avatar
      haha either way I got more images per post and you got a subscription, everybody wins!
    1. PC WIZ's Avatar
      It seems Ausrc doesn't need my subscription money. I have sent two Pm's and mentioned my interest in a few threads but no response yet. I have been trying for over a week! I even caught Chris on line and did a quick PM, still no reply. I don't get it, literally.
    1. crusey_aus's Avatar
      What dont you understand ?

      Click on the "paid subscriptions" link under your profile
      Select the one you want
      Pay with Paypal
      Done


      Cheers
    1. PC WIZ's Avatar
      "For those of you that would like to subscribe but do not have a PayPal account, please PM AUSRC directly for alternatives"

      That's what it says! Don't talk to me like I'm an idiot!
    1. crusey_aus's Avatar
      Why dont you just say that instead of carrying on like a Porkchop with rants about them not needing your money

      Like your an idiot ?

      Cheers
    1. Sandman77's Avatar
      Just give him a bit of time dude, he like many of us leads a busy life out of the forum.
    1. PC WIZ's Avatar
      Thanks for the Civilized reply Sandman77!

      I think it's a fair comment I made and I stand by it. I think I have been pretty patient, how long does it take to type a reply to a PM?
    1. RatsacK's Avatar
      It's the 21st century... Get a PayPal account. How hard is it?

      Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk
    1. PC WIZ's Avatar
      Conform or die!
    1. fastbaja5b's Avatar
      Quote Originally Posted by RatsacK View Post
      It's the 21st century... Get a PayPal account. How hard is it?

      Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk
      + 100000000
    1. PC WIZ's Avatar
      I have a paypal account but 30 seconds after I created it I recieved an email telling me to confirm, then a warning popped up saying it was a bogus email. If that hadn't popped up I probably would have replied and who knows what would have happened. I have shyed away from using it now. There is an option far paying without paypal, so why is it so wrong for me to use it if I want to?

      Ease up on me, I don't want this to turn into a 5hit fight over my personal preferences.
    1. AssociatedRC8's Avatar
      I can understand about not using Paypal......
      I prefer not to use it for fleabay and use postal orders when I can.
      Makes it alot harder for my missus to find out just how much I spend on toys..
    1. Godles's Avatar
      Not so much conform or die but if you want other options or treatment prepare for extra time, as the forum owner you should be able to imagine the amount of messages he would receive each time he logs on and how little time he has to go through them.

      Patients is a virtue lol
    1. towie964's Avatar
      Chris (the forum owner) is a very busy person, with a family, a forum and working long hours that sometimes require loads of input, as well as being out of the country some of the time, he does get tied up and has to prioritize what gets done in what time frame.

      In saying that, he will get back to you as soon as he can.

      Brett, if you want to pay your subscription fees, you can bank transfer to my account and I will submit the fees to AUSRC on your behalf via my paypal account. That should fix the problem in the short term.