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Offline AlanW

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How to Register
« on: November 11, 2011, 03:45:34 PM »
Your registration details are held securely and are NEVER passed on to any third party.

You will not receive any Spam emails from this forum.

To register on this forum, which is open to any person who has ARM investments, follow the procedures below.

1.  Click on "Register" on the Main Menu above.
2.  Read and accept the standard "Registration Agreement" by clicking on "Accept" at the end of the agreement. It may be necessary to scroll down in order to see this.
3.  Fill out all the details shown when the next page is displayed. Your user name can be anything but it would be helpful if it approximated to your true name. This need not be so if after registration you go to your own "profile" and enter a suitable true name or near approximation in the "Display Name" box. This will override the login name when your details are displayed eg in the box at the left of any post you make.
4.  Enter the Capcha antispam letters shown and enter the word "arminvestor" in their respective boxes.
5.  Click on "Register".
6.  You will receive an email confirming that your registration request has been sent for approval. You can not access the forum until you have been approved. If you do not receive this email check your email "Spam" box.
7.  Within a short time you will receive a second email confirming your application has been approved.
8.  If you do not receive this second email within 24 hours please try logging in anyway as the email may have gone astray. If you can access the forum then no further action is necessary. If you are unable to do so please send an email to with your details.
9.  Login and go to your personal Profile and fill in as much detail as you wish. Nothing is compulsory but giving a "Display Name" which is or is similar  to your true name will help your fellow members to relate to you as a true identity.

We hope you will find this forum both informative and useful in helping you to understand the current situation and to help you with the information you will require to make decisions. Please note however that nothing on this forum should be construed in any way as advice. It is only a means of presenting information and the interpretation of it by other members who are not authorised or qualified to give advice.
« Last Edit: December 07, 2011, 03:06:54 PM by AlanW »