NEWS Upcoming changes to membership roles - Marketplace will be restricted to paid members

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As a part of our roll back to our historic membership packages and permissions the marketplace will once again be restricted to our upgraded users.

Free users will still be able to read the marketplace and post in discussion areas, but posting privileges in the marketplace will be restricted to:

Gold accounts
Can reply to most marketplace threads.

Platinum accounts
Can post and reply in all (except the exclusive marketplace) marketplace forums.

Exclusive accounts
Can post and reply in all marketplace forums with expanded posting privileges.

We understand that some free users will be upset by loosing their marketplace privileges, but our responsibility lies chiefly towards respecting our paid users and the promises made to them. Further we also want to create a more focused marketplace with the highest quality of content and limiting it to the people that have paid to play is one way of achieving that.

Onwards and upwards!
 
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