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LEC membership number

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 25.04.2009, 21:57

Some insurers (e.g. Adrian Flux) are offering discounts for LEC members however they require a membership reference number. You can get your unique reference number as follows:

Internet Explorer users:

1. Hover the mouse over your username.
2. Click the right mouse.
3. Select (click the left mouse) Properties from the list.
4. You will see a pop-up box with link properties given as http://forum.lotuselancentral.com/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=XYZ.
5. The number (XYZ) at the end of the line is your unique LEC membership number.

Alternative method, especially none IE (Chrome, FireFox etc.) users:

1. Click on your username to open up your profile.
2. Look in the browser navigation window for the address: http://forum.lotuselancentral.com/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=XYZ.
3. The number (XYZ) at the end of the line is your unique LEC membership number.

Notes:
If you can't see the number resize or maximise the pop-up box.
You can check the procedure on my name and you should be able to see that I am 1541.
Updated with alternative method 10/2/2011.
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby theelanman » Sat 25.04.2009, 22:45

just checkin.... :-D
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby theelanman » Sat 25.04.2009, 22:47

GeoffSmith wrote:you should be able to see that I am 1541.


never.....and you dont look a day over 1200......
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby Sy V » Wed 06.05.2009, 08:44

I've only got the Y & Z - missing the X! :mrgreen:
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby Gary » Wed 06.05.2009, 09:28

I expect Doug only gets the Z !
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby bobbrown » Sat 13.06.2009, 13:14

well that save £25.00 ish from Adrian Flux it all helps only problem is the policy states that there is no cover on race tracks!

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Re: LEC membership number

Postby Gazza » Mon 15.06.2009, 15:38

bobbrown wrote:well that save £25.00 ish from Adrian Flux it all helps only problem is the policy states that there is no cover on race tracks!

Bob


When was the last time you went near a race track? :roll:

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Re: LEC membership number

Postby bobbrown » Mon 15.06.2009, 16:46

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Re: LEC membership number

Postby abmunro » Mon 15.06.2009, 21:57

I'm with Classic Line £200 ish

Track days included.

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Re: LEC membership number

Postby Dave Eds » Mon 15.06.2009, 22:26

Ditto. They also covered my mate as a named driver this weekend so that he could take it on track. :D
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 10.02.2011, 20:47

Getting back on topic, I've added an alternative procedure for those not using Internet Explorer.
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby mmatthej1 » Wed 21.03.2012, 10:36

Just trying to find my membership number Geof, using AOL browser - can you plse. guide me on procedure?

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Re: LEC membership number

Postby JonT » Wed 21.03.2012, 10:46

mmatthej1 wrote:Just trying to find my membership number Geof, using AOL browser - can you plse. guide me on procedure?

Thanx

Your number is 8062:
memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=8062
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby mmatthej1 » Wed 21.03.2012, 12:26

Oh, speedy (and helpful) response, many thanks!

I'm just about to start ringing around for renewal quotes, so that's a big help - cheers,
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby ashm » Mon 14.10.2013, 21:36

I seem to recall there was some procedure for getting documentary proof of club membership (rather than just getting the number).
My new insurance company are pestering me for such a document - are any of our super-helpful admins in a position to provide such a thing?
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby GeoffSmith » Thu 17.10.2013, 22:42

Not that I'm an Admin.

Not that I'm a responsible person.

But I am the kitty fiddler and I guess I'm responsible for collecting membership fees.....

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And I know what the font is. What about something like this?
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Re: LEC membership number

Postby smudge » Fri 18.10.2013, 07:54

Looks very Professional ;-)
I'm old so I get my insurance from SAGA, only £156 :-D
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