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IPS Membership Renewal Season

Thursday, January 17, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Alan Gould
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IPS is now using the "anniversary" model for memberships, meaning that expirations are 1 year (or 2 years) from the date of joining. Previously we used the "annual" model where all memberships expired on 12/31/YYYY. As a result, most long-time memberships do still have December 31 expiration dates.

The IPS website system automatically sends out an email ahead of a member's expiration date. It also sends out a reminder 10 days after the membership has expired. It's quite possible that a number of these messages land in spam filters and are not seen.

Instructions on how to renew membership may be found on the Tips for Members page -

Accounts are set up to give members a 30-day grace period, so no one is cut off from membership benefits if the renewal takes a little time.

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