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Offline Rennhack

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You will receive an email 14 days before your job posting period expires, telling you of this fact and offering you the possibility of upgrading to another paid job plan if you so wish.

So simply log into your account, then go to the "Buy Job Postings" page and select the package you want.

You will be invoiced automatically via email. This invoice is also available at any time online from the "My Invoices" menu option.

If you pay online via credit card, you will instantly have access. If you pay by check, your check will have to clear before the invoice is validated.

After you have registered and logged in, you need to select the package you would like. If you want to stay with the free plan, then you don't have to go to this area (but you can't use the system).  The packages are self-explanatory and to upgrade from the free plan does require a fee based on the package you select.

We use 2checkout.com to process these fees if you use a credit card.  Credit card transaction are processed automatically, and immediately.  You will have the ability to post jobs within seconds.

Below is a link to our multi-job posting packages:

Click here to view our rates and Job Posting Package options.


To continue your advertising after your agreement expires, go to the "Buy Job Postings" page and select the package you want. Your new totals for the number of jobs you may submit will be upgraded after you finish the checkout process. If you are paying by check, your check will have to clear before the invoice is validated.
« Last Edit: May 25, 2006, 09:35 by Rennhack »

 


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