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Do consider signing up for our VMS membership if you wish to support us so that we can continue to carry the voice of Singaporeans for Singapore.

Membership Signup

Thank you for considering our VMS membership.

While you do not need to signup as a member to enjoy most of the goodies in TR Emeritus (TRE), membership comes with additional privileges.

For example, Dedicated Member’s Forum, Unique Display Name, Website Link in Display Name, Rate Articles, Unlimited Access (depending on membership level) to Archived Articles, etc.

The membership fees collected will go towards the continued operation of TRE. However, if you do not wish to signup for our VMS membership, please consider making a once-off token donation.

Membership Pricing (SG$)

Currently we are offering a 20% life-time discount on recurring membership. The regular pricing for our membership is pegged at SG$10.00 per month, i.e. a year of membership would cost SG$120.00.

You may choose from once-off membership or have your membership subscription auto-renewed by selecting the appropriate signup link below. Life-time membership (once-off payment, never expire)  is also available as an additional option.

All transactions are processed independently and securely by PayPal. TRE do not have access to your debit/credit card information.

Membership Levels

With the exception of Life-time members (unlimited access), all other members have access to 3 years of archived articles, while non-members are restricted to only 2 months.

1. Recurring Membership

Monthly: SG$ 8.00/10.00 (20% off)

Quarterly: SG$ 24.00/30.00 (20% off)

Yearly: SG$ 96.00/120.00 (20% off)

* Auto-renewing subscription can be cancelled at any time in the Members Only panel. Accounts with cancelled subscription will be automatically deleted upon end-of-term (EOT).

** Please ensure that you have sufficient funds in your PayPal account to renew your subscription. As our membership system is fully-automated, failed subscription payment will result in auto-termination of your VMS membership upon EOT.

2. Non-Recurring Membership (once-off)

1 Month: SG$ 10.00 (no discount)

3 Months: SG$ 30.00 (no discount)

6 Months: SG$ 60.00 (no-discount)

12 Months: SG$ 120.00 (no discount)

* Non-recurring membership are cancelled end-of-term (EOT) and cannot be renewed.

3. Lifetime Membership

Lifetime: SG$ 999.00 (never expire)

 

Information Required During Signup

When you signup for our VMS membership, you will be required to submit your email address, username, first and last name to activate your membership. Please note that the email address you use must be a working email (to receive system-generated password) and the first and last name submitted will be used to create an initial “Display Name” for your account. The “Display Name” will be the only information visible to the public.

Please refrain from using “username” that exceeds 12 characters or containing spaces. “username” is best kept unique and easy to remember.

With the exception of your login username (which cannot be changed), all other information may be changed under the Members Only panel.

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* All login information are automatically generated upon completion of payment (via PayPal only). If you experience any difficulties during the signup process, please contact us immediately via our online webform.

** All paid membership fees will be refunded on a pro-rata basis should TRE is unable to continue for any reason whatsoever.
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