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Created on: 09/09/13 02:58 PM Views: 1114 Replies: 8
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 2:58 PM

Good news! We have raised our prices. If this doesn't sound like good news to you then read further.

Class Creator has never had a price increase in our history. Over the years the prices of the competition have gone steadily upwards while our prices have remained the same. We have raised our prices to place us competitively with competing systems of 2013.

Grandfathered sites: We elected to NOT raise prices for any sites built prior to today, Sept. 9th, 2013. This means your current rate stays in effect, and you can add addition time at the current rate as well. I.E. the price increase does not apply to any existing sites. If you click on your Subscription link you'll see nothing has changed.

Why did we do that? Simply, all of the people on board currently were the ones who built the system. You have offered your creative ideas for free for years and the system today is a direct result of the user input you have provided. All of you have asked for nothing in return other than a better system. We think it's only fair not to raise the prices on the people who made the system what it is -- you.

What the price increase means for our future: It means we will have more money to work with. More funds to make the system better. More funds to make some spinoff systems people have been asking for. More funds to provide the type of support we have here.

New rates for newly subscribing classes can be seen by clicking the Pricing link above.


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Edited 09/09/13 3:02 PM
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 3:15 PM - Response #1

As a "grandfathered" site, on behalf of our administrative team and reunion committee, thank you very much for maintaining our price. But I am now asking, just in case: If we should happen to temporarily have a gap in our paid membership, can our previous membership be looked up, verified and then pay the "grandfathered" membership rate?
I never thought to ask this before but figured it is important to know.

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Monday, September 9, 2013 at 3:29 PM - Response #2

Yes. All that matters is the site creation date. If you should let your site expire, and then choose to renew again after the gap, the original prices will still be in effect.


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Edited 09/09/13 3:49 PM
Monday, September 9, 2013 at 3:37 PM - Response #3

Amazing. Oh, that other concerns approached things as Class Creator does.

Thanks

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Monday, September 9, 2013 at 4:17 PM - Response #4

Brad,

Class Creators does a SUPER job and I do know that the Website concept does make a Big Difference in having a Super Reunion. Thank You for all of the help and information to help us do our job.

Thanks
John Kozar

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Monday, September 9, 2013 at 8:33 PM - Response #5

Brad,

You can't beat a deal like that!!! Class Creator is the best thing that ever happened to our class. Our 50th reunion had the highest attendance ever thanks to this wonderful system.

Appreciate you guys and your hard work.

Sandy

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Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 2:33 PM - Response #6

That is really good news for us. We are working with limited funds so holding the line on prices is great.
Thank you for rewarding your loyal customers. So many companies save their special offers for new customers. It's nice to be appreciated. Smile

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Monday, October 20, 2014 at 11:00 AM - Response #7

Oops we forgot to renew. What are the prices again and how do I go about it since our website is expired?

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Monday, October 20, 2014 at 11:56 AM - Response #8

Your domain name is expired not your web site. If you registered your domain name at www.classmates.net you need to log in there and simply renew the name. All prices are posted on the renewal page.


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