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We do plan to have another option. However at this point the options are:

1) Pay Pal
2) Send in a check or money order for the specific subscription you would like to:

TidalFish.com Subscriptions
620 South St
Easton, MD 21601
 

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Guess guessing here... but try clicking on "register" located at the far top/right of the page immediated under the picture. Lot might depend on whether your registration has expired... or is about to. Give it a try.
 

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You can renew by doing one of the following:

To renew using your credit card (its through Pay Pal, but you can use your credit card)

1) Log in under your current screen name and password.
2) Then go to the “Account Info” link at the top of the page. It is directly under the header at the top of the page between “Articles” and “Sponsors”
3) Once on your Account Information Page look on the left hand column and you will see a link called “Paid Subscriptions” under the “Miscellaneous” heading.
4) Click “Paid Subscriptions”
5) On the Paid Subscriptions page choose which subscription option you would like. There is a pull down menu across from each Subscription Description. You need to select the amount and then hit the “Order” button.
6) From there follow the directions and you will be set
* Please note that the official TidalFish.com corporate name is Lateral Line, Inc. and this is what will show up on your credit card.

To renew via snail mail
1) Include a check with the amount of the subscription you would like.
2) Make the check out to Tidal Fish
3) On the check include your screen name and email address associated with that screen name on the check. (Please make sure to write clearly so we can get your account turned on)
4) Mail to us at:
Tidal Fish Subscriptions
620 South St.
Easton, MD 21601

Thanks for your continued support, I greatly appreciate it!

Brandon
 
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