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Important notice (updated February 5th, 2010): The SYF forum is private and is currently raising security levels to prevent abuse, at the present time re-development work is still being completed and so it is not possible to join the SYF forum and we apologise for the inconvenience, however it should not be too much longer before it is open again and to be notified then please send an email to the forum admin by using the email link shown below in the 'Authorisation Number' section, just under the 'How to Join' heading below.

Dear Visitors:

The Secure Your Future Forum is a private and friendly resource service to help you choose genuine ways to make money online. The Forum is private and the main sections can only be viewed by members, so please join as it is free and you may cancel your membership at anytime.

We are a private and trusted forum / community and prefer users to register with their first name, a space and then a username in brackets. i.e. firstname<space>(username). This will allow people to address each other in a more friendly manner and also be able to recognise each other from other forums by their username (if they don't have a username then they can make a new one). So please use the "firstname (username)" format, with brackets, letters and / or numbers only (i.e. no special characters) when creating a username. We understand that some organisations may find it hard to do this and may not be able to follow the format, which is not compulsory.

Examples for the username format to use in this forum are as follows:

Existing Username -> Firstname/s -> Ideal Format for this Forum

Investor -> Steve -> Steve (Investor)

JohnSmith -> John -> John (JohnSmith)

(No username yet) -> Anita -> Anita (makeup a username)

teamalancindy -> (organisation) -> TeamAlanCindy

Please also use the correct capitalisation, thanks.

Note for existing forum members (only): Please do not be concerned if you did not use the username format above as the forum script will be modified soon so that all usernames follow the formats above and single usernames will be automatically converted so you can just add your first name, more details about this will be shown before the modifications are carried out.


How to Join.

Whilst being able to read the procedures below and register then it will be easier to open the registration form in a new browser window (or tab). Details on how to do this are shown in step 1 (next).

Authorisation Number required on the sign-up page is: {removed as the forum is currently closed to new membership, please read the message at the top of this post, thanks} (please enter only this number and no extra spaces.) If you are having any problems joining the forum then please contact the admin here. Please include all details. If the protected email link doesn't work in your web-browser then right-click on it and copy the email address to your emailer.


1. Please read (or be familiar with) all sections below first, then return to this section and "right mouse button click" here and from your "right mouse click browser menu" choose open in new window or tab, then use that browser window or tab to register in whilst referring to the information below. When registering then please use the "Firstname<space>(Username)" format for username (as shown above). Please also use the correct capitalisation i.e. John (Username), Not john (username), thankyou. Also remember that you may end up with a space in your username i.e. John<space>(Username) and when you login you enter all of this from J to ) including the space. It's far easier to Copy & Paste your login details 'exactly' as they are shown in the registration emails that the forum will send you or use a secure auto login tool for all forums and websites, see details below in section 3., about RoboForm for Windows users (or an equivalent for MAC users).


2. Email address to use to register here: Please note that all the following can't be used to join this forum due to problems with them in that they are NOT business friendly (i.e. they reject forum emails / updates) or that they are often used by spammers (this applies mainly to the extensions and domains shown). It is recommended that you use an email address that accepts most email from other website services, free email services such as www.gmail.com and www.yahoo.com are ok if the spam filters are lowered or the email approved if it arrives in the junk folder, the forum will also send you an email after joining so if you don't get this then please check your spam filters and try again or use another email address. If you need to re-join due to non delivery of the forum email then you can email the forum admin via the email link above, quoting the username you tried to register with and asking them to remove your failed entry, then you'll be able to re-register with the same username.

Note: * in the following means a wildcard, (meaning anything could be where * is shown).

Extensions currently not allowed (banned) (email domain ends with)
*@*.info
*@*.org
*@*.ru
*@*.gov* (anything with .gov in it, hence no goverment email addresses, see below to use a private email address.)
*@*.mil* (anything with .mil in it, hence no military email addresses, see below to use a private email address.)

Note: Due to the prevention of spam attacks there are now too many banned extensions to list here and if you get a message that the email address you're trying to use is not allowed or banned and don't think it should be, meaning you use it at many other forums and websites, then please email the forum admin (email link above) and inform them about the email address you are trying to use, alternatively please consider using a free and secure safe-mail address as shown below.

Domains currently not allowed (banned) as they reject forum emails (email ends with)
*@safe-mail.net
*@charter.net
*@juno.com
*@ace-mail.com
*@netzero.com
*@tiscali.dk
*@epm.net.co
*@bigmailbox.*
*@mailinator.*

Note: Due to the prevention of spam attacks there are now too many banned domains to list here and if you get a message that the email address you're trying to use is not allowed or banned and don't think it should be, meaning you use it at many other forums and websites, then please email the forum admin (email link above) and inform them about the email address you are trying to use, alternatively please consider using a free and secure safe-mail address as shown below.


3. To protect all users, then once you have registered you will have to wait for an admin to give you authorisation, which should be approved within 24hrs (normally within a few hours). Most of the time the forum is now set to automatic so you can verify yourself, so if it asks you to do this then please use the link in the email it sends you, if you don't receive the email then your email service has it's spam settings too high and it may be in a junk folder, if not then your email service is not business friendly, hence the reason to use safe-mail as mentioned above.

If you get stuck as you haven't received the verification email within a few hours, then please obtain a safe-mail account and send an email to the forum admin (email address in the link in the register / sign-up page). In your safe-mail email then quote the username you signed up with and the email you used. We will then replace your email with your safe-mail address, activate your account and email you via the safe-mail account to say that this has been done so you can then login to the forum.



Guidelines and Rules for using this forum

1) Please note that this Forum is used as a resource centre as opposed to a chat forum and so we do not allow advertising in posts.

2) Effective posting: The Forum is also intended to be businesslike so please post as neatly as you can and with the correct punctuation, if you can't make time to proof read posts before posting then please don't post. To allow the posts to be more readable then please stick to normal text with correct punctuation (just as these sections are written) and refrain from the use of too much bold and capitals, both of which can be taken as shouting if used excessively and will push the reader away (the opposite of what you want), the use of too much colour text can also have this effect. If you want to emphasise a word (or words) then it is far more effective to use 'appostohes' on either side or even "quotes" rather than to put it in all bold or caps.

If I made any words bold or all caps in this text then you could be too focused on them and easily miss other words, hence the real message would not come across as it was intended to. Please think about how the reader reads (which is also how you read) rather than how you think it should be written, as it can make all your written communications so much more effective if you think more about the reader, that's why professionally written articles can be so much more powerful, remember "less is more" and so please try and invite people to read rather than trying to make them read, there is a big difference and is why so many struggle to get results from their online communications.

3) Please be sure to read back in the threads before posting, even just recent posts, so that you don't make duplicate posts with similar content that is already posted. This will help keep the forum much more organized.

4) Be nice. If someone posts something you don't like, please don't flame them just because you don't like it or you don't agree with them.

5) DO NOT send Spam via PM Emails (the email button) as you will be banned with no exception.

6) Please do not be a troll on this board. There is a large difference between stating your opinion and bringing a constant negative attitude to the forums.

7) Please do not spread lies and rumors! Please use caution when stating something about a program if you are not sure what the TRUTH is.


Please Enjoy using the Secure Your Future Forum (Resource Centre).

Regards ...John Cool

"Secure Your Future" (SYF) Forum and Site Admin at www.future4me.com



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