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Triggs

Hey guys.

Love the forum, Very well laid out and clean looking. Loving the members that are here and all that's already been posted and shared.

Really like the idea of having a full blown Australian Shrimp forum and think this has all the things a forum would need to do so.

I'd really like to become a premium member to add a small contribution to help keep something like this around for us all to share and enjoy.

I was wondering how I go about doing so? Is there a form I fill out or an upgrade link or something I can't find?

Cheers.

- Triggs :congratulatory:

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Triggs

I should have prob mentioned, I read the banner at the top of the forum. however I can't access either the 'my profile' tab or the tab 'triggs'.

Cheers

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Triggs

All good!

Found it under 'settings' then in the index to the left under 'paid subscriptions'

Will sign it all up as soon as 'she who holds all the money' gets home lol.

Thanks!

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JPN07

Hi Triggs, welcome to SKF. Click on Setting (next to My Profile), Click on Paid Subscriptions and you are there :)

Oopsss didnt read your last post. Welcome anyway LoL

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Hi Triggs' date=' welcome to SKF. Click on Setting (next to My Profile), Click on Paid Subscriptions and you are there :)

Oopsss didnt read your last post. Welcome anyway LoL[/quote']

Cheers mate! Nice to be here :D

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Premium membership will give you more than you pay for!

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