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Postby Francesco » Tue Nov 22, 2011 6:42 pm

Dear clubisuzu members,

Please help with the running costs of the forum and coffee supplies (yes I drink coffee now, short blacks!), this new forum is an open source coding however all the new features has also asked for greater server requirements.

As before, just click the donate button, and you will be taken through the Palpal system.

Please provide your clubisuzu username when processing the donation too please, it will save me having to scout around playing detective :geek:

Your donations will be gratefully received.


To make a donation http://www.clubisuzu.com/paypal.php

Thank you

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Re: Donate and support the forum

Postby Dodgyjack » Tue Nov 22, 2011 6:48 pm

Coming to you next week francesco, I gotta validate paypal account first.you guys deserve it.I picked up more info from this forum and got quicker replies from total strangers than any other I've ever been in.
COME ON EVERYONE LETS GIVE A LITTLE TO KEEP THE GOOD STUFF COMING.
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Re: Donate and support the forum

Postby Francesco » Tue Nov 22, 2011 7:06 pm

Dodgyjack wrote:Coming to you next week francesco, I gotta validate paypal account first.you guys deserve it.I picked up more info from this forum and got quicker replies from total strangers than any other I've ever been in.
COME ON EVERYONE LETS GIVE A LITTLE TO KEEP THE GOOD STUFF COMING.


Hi...thanks yes we are very fortunate here lots of great members...the donations are just to keep the place up and running, we are now up to 1.5GB of storage space, lots of this is because we also provide image and attachment uploads in house to make it easy for everyone.

Thank you.

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