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Thread: Can you still pay to become a forum supporter?

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    Can you still pay to become a forum supporter?

    I read from old posts that the only way to delete threads is to pay 35 USD to become a forum supporter.

    I have been in therapy for a while since I posted and feel like a different person. The threads I made still hang over me as a reminder of who I was and I want them gone.

    Iím willing to pay the money but how do I do it?

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    I think you actually can't delete at all but I could be wrong...

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    Posts from around 2017 suggest you can if you pay, but thatís the most recent.

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    Yes, yes do pay. Go into settings, look to your left for ď paid subscriptionsĒ . Just remember too you are Anonymous and do you think anyone who knows you will read them? In my about 14 years on here Iíve never had anybody I know in real life read anything on here.

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    I totally get it....you know they are there and would like to move forward proper.

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    Platinum Member Lambert's Avatar
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    Look at the rules.... you might be able to have a one time user name change


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