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August 5, 2010
Great show as always the security is important.
1) We us a googlle accout for the chapter I need two club member that can log into the account so the
two step does not work for us.
Any sugestions ??
2) We have added an epson printer to collect printed forms (epson connect) for events (camp outs meeting Ect.)
any recomindations on line payment becomes a question as an online user would like some input on adding on line payment
#1 – hmmm, good point. If it were me, I wouldn’t worry about it. Since it’s a club account, there’s probably not any info that could be used for identity theft. Then again, if you set up a bank account for the club and that is linked to the gmail acct, then maybe it’s worth the effort. It’s really no that big a deal – if you and the other person agree on whose phone is to be used, you’ll have to call the other to get the passcode the first time. Then, as long as you use the same computer – you really shouldn’t need it again. If you do – just make arrangements to be in phone contact. Or the one with the registered phone could always just forward the text to the other.
(that was a stream-of-consciousness answer 🙂
#2 – we’ve been using Paypal since the beginning (about 15 years) and have always been happy. You do need to jump thru some hoops to get started, and you do need to have a bank account to link it to. A newer service is called Stripe – I’ve heard good things about it, but haven’t actually used it.
Have I ever told you to check in to GroupSpaces.com? It’s an online service exclusively designed to manage clubs. Once you get it set up it gives your group a public website as well as password protected membership directory, calendar, and dues payment processing. If your group is small, it can even be free.
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