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Author Topic: What exactly is a "WebCard"?
David Burch

 - posted February 08, 2006 04:16 PM      Profile for David Burch           Edit/Delete Post 
A WebCard is a subscription to the Starpath Online Resources and Training tools. It is analogous to a modern public library card that you use online. To possess a Starpath WebCard means you possess a user name and a password that can be used to login to the Resources sections of starpath.com.

There are no physical "cards" involved in the actual access to the site, although we do sometimes use printed "Webcards" to distribute with some products.

If you purchase a qualifying product that does not normally have a serial number (a sextant or barometer, for example), then we include a "webcard" serial number at the time of purchase. This "webcard" serial number is then essentially a certificate that you can use to obtain the subscription. Webcard serial numbers start 1901-, 1902- or 1903-.

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