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How to Stop being "Pro" Answered

Hi there.  I'm having trouble finding out how to stop the billing on my checking account for pro-status.  I like this community and site, but I just became a student, and so have less money.

Who do I contact or where do I go?

Thanks,
Ian
gildersonian2 (at) yahoo.com

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Zaphod Beeblebrox (author)2010-01-23

i'm always either rich or totally broke and i'm hardly ever rich,but i would sell my pinky finger before giving up ibles!

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kelseymh (author)2010-01-16

Did you go through PayPal?  If so, you should be able to log back in to your PayPal account and stop payments.  If you contacted I'bles directly, then send a PM to Randy or Christy and they should be able to help.

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Kiteman (author)2010-01-16

Having been a student myself, I know the trouble - two years' membership being the price of a whole textbook, or a week's beer...



...well, nearly a week.

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Doctor What (author)Kiteman2010-01-16

 *sigh*  You have to make that stuff last, sir!  

It's easy on today's campus to find free beer.  Alcohol flows like water.

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Kiteman (author)Doctor What2010-01-16

Fortunately for my liver, brain and social life, those days are long gone. 

These days, two or three beers over a weekend is about my limit.

Twenty four years ago, though, I lived in the same building as the cheapest bar in Manchester.

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Doctor What (author)2010-01-16

 I can understand where you're coming from:

As a student myself, I haven't put money in my account in two months....

Trying to take money from a place that has none is a little difficult, even though you can afford it.

That's why I chose the one lump sum payment for two years.

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lemonie (author)2010-01-16

Contact the provider that is making the payments on your behalf. But it's small money.

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