I encourage you to try MacFIBS for free to see whether you want to become a member of the backgammon playing community on FIBS. If you play regularly on FIBS, I ask you to register your copy of MacFIBS. Your registration fee ($20US for a single user, $10US if you are 65 years or older) helps defray the costs of developing and supporting MacFIBS.
There are several ways to register the program, you are free to choose whichever method is most convenient for you.
Registering on the Web
You can now register your copy of MacFIBS directly over the web by credit card through the MacFIBS page on the Kagi Web site.
This is the easiest and fastest way to register your copy of MacFIBS.
Kagi is one of the oldest and most widely used payment processing companies on the Internet, you can learn all about this service at the Kagi Web site.
Other ways to register
"Register MacFIBS" is a simple application included with MacFIBS that allows you to register (again through Kagi) by email, fax, or regular, old fashioned mail. Payment can be by credit card, check, or cash (checks and cash must be in US dollars.)
For additional information on how to register MacFIBS , refer to the MacFIBS User Guide or to the "How to Register MacFIBS" document in the MacFIBS folder.
Note: If you have registered a copy of MacFIBS 3.0, you do not need to register again, the current version is a free upgrade for all registered users.
For news about new releases of MacFIBS and other information, you may want to subscribe to the MacFIBS mailing list, which you can do here at the MacFIBS Web site.
Thanks for supporting MacFIBS!
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