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The Green Sheet Online Edition

April 13, 2009 • Issue 09:04:01


The Green Sheet, Inc.Bedazzled internationally

I just wanted to say thank you for the fantastic article you did on all of us "dazzling divas."

It was so nice to see a different "spin" on the payments industry and so interesting to see the diverse paths that we have all taken to get where we are today.

I hope it will inspire others - male and female - to venture out of the usual niches in payment processing.

I must also mention that The Green Sheet has quite a broad reach: I've had calls and e-mails from associates and clients - in half a dozen countries - that read the article.

Melody Wigdahl
UseMyBank Services Inc.


Thank you for your positive feedback regarding "The dazzling divas of payments," the lead article in The Green Sheet, March 9, 2009, issue 09:03:01. It's good to know we are providing useful, uplifting information and reaching a wide audience in our globally interconnected world.


The Green Sheet, Inc.Oops, forgot my name

I created a login ID and password and cannot remember my user name. I also can't create a new user name because the old one is connected to my e-mail address.

Could you possibly help me? Thank you in advance.

Julian Archibald
AcceptPay Legal Group


Not to worry. Just get in touch with Vicki Keith in our office by e-mail at vicki@greensheet.com or by phone at 800-757-4441. Based on specific information you provide, she can let you know what your current user name is.

She can also help if you've forgotten your password. However, if you decide your user name no longer suits you, contact Wolf Stiles, our System Administrator at wolf@greensheet.com. He can set you up with a new moniker.


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