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Dearest Members and Visitors of the little Fountain Pen Nuthouse on the digital prairie,


In response to numerous requests, we have set up a single e-mail address for you to use when contacting the Admin Team on forum related matters. The e-mail address is available by clicking on the following link:


Email the FPN Admin Team

If you wish to talk to an individual Administrator or Moderator you can still e-mail or PM him or her directly.


Note that the "Admin" account is an unmanaged account, and therefore the Personal Messenger on this account has been deactivated.


In case you need to contact the Admin Team via PM, please do

send Wim (wimg) a PM directly.


You may also sent Wim an email, if you prefer to do that rather than send a PM:

send email to admin Wim (wimg).


There has been some confusion of whether or not a single Administrator is speaking for the entire Admin team or expressing a personal opinion when they post in the forums so the following change should clarify whether the opinion stated belongs to an individual Admin or the Admin Team.

All official communications (i.e. updates on the board, etc.) will be posted by "The FPN Admin Team", the "FPN Moderator and Admin Team", or "on behalf of the FPN Admin Team" etc.

The Fountain Pen Network has been registered in January 2013 in the Netherlands, the country of residence of the domain owner, in order to comply with Tax and Regulatory Laws. This is the equivalent of an LLC in the USA or a Pty Ltd in the UK, a form chosen because of the protection it provides for the registered owners, protection of funding received from over-taxation, and because it took the least time to do so. In effect FPN is a non-profit organization, however. The Fountain Pen Network is entirely run by volunteers.


Fountain Pen Network B.V.

Registration Date: January 10, 2013

Country of Registration: Netherlands

Chamber of Commerce Registration No.: 56932626

VAT No.: NL852367752B01


The goals of the company, as recorded in the official registration documents, are to promote the use of fountain pens :).


Warm regards, Wim

On behalf of the FPN Admin Team

This account is unmanaged.
Please direct questions and comments to [email="fpnadmin@gmail.com"]FPN Admin email[/email], or directly to [url="http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/user/17-wimg/"]admin Wim (wimg)[/url].
Thank you very much in advance.
Warm regards,
The FPN Admin Team

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