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(09-22-2011 06:57 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: check mine...i pay for the opg
(09-22-2011 07:33 PM)taffster74 Wrote: So, if in understand this correctly - people without subscriptions who have their organise at less then 100 items can look at anyones organise (assuming they have met whatever requirements), but those with subscriptions can't? Would that classify as a glitch?
(09-22-2011 09:58 PM)eazy e Wrote: Thanks for all the responses. I don't really understand why Beckett has it set up this may but I guess it doesn't matter
(09-23-2011 05:18 AM)ceocards Wrote: Easiest way to put it...if you're not currently locked out of your org (for whatever reason), then you can view your own organize and anyone else who is not locked out.
If you are locked out of your org (for whatever reason) you cannot view your own or anyone else's, and no one can view yours.
However, everyone is eligible to trade based on what cards are in their org currently (locked out or not).
Speculation here only...my guess is they didn't want people not paying for org, and then having their 'friends' be able to see what was in it and supply them a list/printout.
Like I said, it's unfortunate and confusing that they use the same graphic image for both, and hopefully they can change it so it's less confusing and more specific.
(09-23-2011 05:37 AM)ktcardshop Wrote: That's so they can claim 99776 members registered... Actually it is a lot less when you consider how many are locked out.
(09-23-2011 07:06 AM)ceocards Wrote: They've never 'claimed' anything. There is a counter at the bottom of the forum page that counts how many accounts have been registered, but every message board system has that. Subscribing to organize or not has nothing to do with it.
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