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Sleeper

Dean, I paid for premium member. How long would it take to set up? Thanks.

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skfadmin

I had a look at the records & can't find your payment, did you pay through "paid subscriptions" & what day did you pay?

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BRISSY

Worked with in a few minutes for me :wave:

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Sleeper

I paid 12.5 a few days ago as paid subscription premium membership. It was taken by paypal.

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Dean

just had another look and seems your payment was through paypal but is not cleared until the 13th. so once its actually clears the payment it will automatically update and premium membership will also update automatically..

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BRISSY
I paid 12.5 a few days ago as paid subscription premium membership. It was taken by paypal.

If the money was not in your paypal account but in your bank account/card it won't be instantaneous.

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Sleeper

Thanks guys.

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