Family Christmas OnlineTM Discussion Forum Application
The FamilyChristmasOnline.comTMForums are a place for Christmas-lovers to discuss topics related to Christmas, including Christmas traditions, decorations, crafts, stories, and more.
This page allows you to subscribe to membership in the discussion forums. Please review the forums and decide if you want to belong to them, and if it's worth a dollar a month to belong. We have added that nominal fee because keeping our discussion forums free of the thousands of scammers, spammers, trolls, and other bad people who try to get into the forums every week is turning into a full-time job. Also, such evildoers almost never join forums that cost them money, so this will hopefully reduce the amount of time we spend "gatekeeping" every month, so we'll have more time to keep providing useful content.
Consider it the price you pay for having a safe, moderated place to discuss topics important to you with other likeminded people, knowing that rude behavior will not be tolerated. How many places like that can you find on the internet, really?
That said, we get a lot of questions through this form, so we have posted a brief "Frequently Asked Questions" list to address the most common questions we get every holiday season.
Note: We get so many fraudulent contacts every day that we automatically delete any form that does not have all of the required fields filled in with real information. This form software sometimes allows incomplete forms to get through, so please doublecheck
your form before you send it. And if your name really is "IgetziggywhenIdance," please explain that in the comments area so we don't delete your mesage automatically along with the thousands of other scams and spams we get every week.
Seriously - the vendor we were using to support this form broke it, so I fixed it, and I started getting spammed in SECONDS.
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