Rick MacPherson

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    For me personally, this a great suggestion and I’ve been thinking about it for long time myself. Ideally, I’d really like completely redesign our membership levels to concurrent subscriptions model. Subscription gives you access to some information or provide privileges. There can be multiple ways of buying it – e.g. for a year or two, recurring or not, etc. Altogether, subscription-based model is very robust and easy to understand. Please, vote!

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    Rick MacPherson commented  · 

    We are a veterans organization and the inability to have more than one person utilize a common email presents a serious limitation for us. We have several couples that have both served in the military and that share an email address. Each is proud of their service and to exclude one of them from communications and tell their spouse to "please pass this information on to your husband/wife" will be considered a slight. Given that we have membership numbers for each person, I see no reason why email has to be another unique identifier. I see we're not the only organization to have this issue. Please consider changing it.

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