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1. Basic Members will no longer appear in the Mediate.com Directory
Effective December 20, 2011, only Premium Members will appear in the Mediate.com Directory. Information on Premium Membership is at www.mediate.com/Membership.
2. Premium Directory Listings can now include a video or second picture.
At no additional charge, Mediate will now include attachments and a video or second picture as part of your directory listing.
3. Update your directory information during December!
Mediate.com Premium Members are asked to update and verify the accuracy of directory information annually during December each year. There is a tutorial for managing your directory listing at www.mediate.com/membership/pg1134.cfm
4. Premium Membership Special Offer
With years of improvement and expansion, and no longer showing Basic Members, the price for Premium Membership is being adjusted as of January 1, 2012 to $24/monthly or $240/annually. Those who pay monthly will see their monthly price adjusted to $24 effective 1/1/2012.
To soften the price increase for Premium Members, we are also offering a one-time opportunity to “pay your membership forward” at the historic annual rate. Thus, if you want to pay your Mediate.com Premium Membership forward for either one year for $199 or for two years for $398, we are offering this opportunity through December 31, 2011. For each year paid forward, 12 months will be added to the expiration of your Premium Membership.
Premium Members, please go to THIS PAGE TO PAY YOUR MEMBERSHIP FORWARD at the historic rate. If you do not pay your Premium Membership forward, you will be invoiced the new regular rate at the time of your next scheduled invoice.
Thanks very much for your continued support of Mediate.com! We are doing everything we can to spread the good word about mediation and to get you mediation cases!
Jim Melamed, CEO
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