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The VIB Premium page will probably remain online, but this site is no longer offering a (paid) premium service since January 1, 2019. I might use the Premium section of the website as a semi-private blog where I can share investment ideas with a smaller audience, but this is no longer a paid service.

Old info about VIB Premium and Credits

Credits can be purchased and used by readers to access premium content on ValueInvestingBlog.net. We reserve the right to increase the price of credit bundles from time to time, or to increase the number of credits required to access an individual article of premium content. Purchased credits have no set expiration date. However, the author of VIB.net does reserve the right to discontinue the premium offering on this site or the entire website at some point in the future. The author will provide notice of this discontinuation on the website. Registered users then have one year from the date of this announcement to use any remaining credits in their accounts. After this period of one year, any remaining credits will be forfeited and these credits will not be able to be redeemed or refunded. If this notice of discontinuation is published before January 1, 2019, the author of VIB.net will refund any unspent credits remaining in the balance of the users who purchased those credits to the PayPal accounts of these users.

Clarification: I have added this section, because I want to have the flexibility to shut down the premium service or the entire site at some point in the future, without having a potentially large liability hanging over my head from unspent credits. If I decide to shut down the premium service or the site, you’ll have a period of one year to use any unspent credits. After starting VIB premium, I realized I needed to put something like this in the terms, because the site is certain to stop at some point, simply because nothing exists for ever. If I decide to stop before January 1, 2019, I will refund all users for any remaining credits in their accounts.

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