I can offer you two ways to pay the registration fee.
By far the fastest and easiest way for you as well as for me is for you
to pay using the Kagi
Web page at:
Kagi is a payment processing service I have engaged for this
purpose. They forward the payment to me after taking a commission of
a few percent and also deducting the fees charged by the credit card company.
To use the Kagi Web page, you must pay by credit card, and you must
supply them an E-mail address they can use to sent you your registration
acknowledgement after your payment has been processed.
Generally, this occurs very quickly after you submit your payment.
A second option is to send payment directly to me. To do this, you must be able to procure a money order or check drawn on a US bank (personal check is OK) for $20 US currency. Please make funds payable to "Eugene W. Stark" and mail payment to me at the following address:
Eugene W. StarkYou can also send me a US $20 bill, however you should wrap it in paper and be aware that there is some risk involved in sending cash through the postal service. My bank can also handle checks written in Canadian currency, for a fee of $2 US, so if you wish to pay that way you can do it, but please send an amount in $CDN that will cover the exchange and the fee.
14 Landing Lane
Port Jefferson, NY 11777
When I receive your registration fee, I will send you an acknowledgement of your registration, and place you on a mailing list to receive announcements of future updates to the program. You will also receive a password that will enable you to download the full version of the program from here. The full version of the program does not produce the UNREGISTERED message in the output files that the "demo" version of the program produces. Your registration fee entitles you to use any updated version of the program I release within two years of receiving your fee. Your registration fee helps me to justify spending time improving this program and responding to E-mail from users. Thanks!
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