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what is \'a charter member\' of this site?
Thread poster: xxxsergey
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Sep 20, 2002

and how to become one? ah?

thank you.

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Carla Zwanenberg  Identity Verified
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you already are one ;-) Sep 21, 2002

Hi Sergey,

Like Tayfun explained, there are free, premium and platinum memberships on ProZ. At the profile pages of members who didn\'t upload a picture you can read \"this person is a charter/premium/platinum member of this site\" where charter member stands for non-paying member. As you do have a picture on your profile page, the text doesn\'t show



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Local time: 02:32
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oh, i see! Sep 21, 2002

and thanks for your explanations!

i was wondering why i never saw this \'charter member\' thing on my personal site - because i always had a picture!


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