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Paid Time Reimbursement [Jun. 30th, 2004|05:58 pm]
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[jproulx]
In light of the rough periods we've experienced during the past couple of weeks, outgrowing our network topology & being attacked in a Distributed Denial of Service, we thought it only fair to give back some of your paid time.

Those of you who had a paid account during the month of June are eligible for an instant 2 weeks of free service, even if your paid account has since expired. Alternatively, if you have plans to purchase 6 or 12 months of service during the next week, you're eligible to receive 2 additional months of service for free. Both offers can be found for the next 7 days on the Paid Time Reimbursement page, and they apply to any eligible account you manage (communities, etc).

We apologize for the recently spotty service, but as always we're working hard to overcome these challenges.


We'd like to clarify that the 2 month option is only available for payments that have been fully processed, so it can take a while for the reimbursement page to update with the proper option. If you only see the 2 week option on the reimbursement page, either refresh the page or wait until your payment has totally cleared (Our credit card processing should be instant, but PayPal payments can sometimes take hours to clear).

Note: We're still running into some issues checking for accounts that have expired in the past month, and there are still some instances where people are getting "you are ineligible" errors. We're working as fast as we can to fix these problems, so please be patient. I'll update this post again when I have more information.

Update: We've made a couple of changes for eligibility checks, so if you were getting the "you are ineligible" error before you should try again.
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[User Picture]From: ydna
2004-06-30 06:15 pm (UTC)
Hear, hear!

But seriously, when our neighborhood was without power for two days this last winter (with a daytime high of 22°F), the local electron pushing utility said we didn't have to pay for any power we used during the outage.
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[User Picture]From: doodle
2004-06-30 06:21 pm (UTC)
How did you use power if there was a power outage?
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[User Picture]From: ydna
2004-06-30 06:25 pm (UTC)
We here in the PNW (Pacific Northwest) do a lot of recycling. Recycled electrons are just as good as the new made ones and they're less harmful to the environment.
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[User Picture]From: doodle
2004-06-30 06:29 pm (UTC)
Interesting. I don't guess they do that here in the south. Never heard of such a thing!
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[User Picture]From: cynica
2004-06-30 06:52 pm (UTC)
HAHAHAH
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