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How to support the Glass Message Board by using the Ebay and Amazon links.

At the top of each page, you will find advertisement links to, and Using these links correctly will generate funds, which go towards making the future of the Glass Message Board more secure.

This is how it works:

    * If you search using the boxes at the top of the page and find something you want and buy it straight away, the GMB will receive a small commission.
    * If you don't buy it straight away, but you do accept the cookie and buy it later, then again the GMB will receive a small commission.
      * There is no payment for just clicking on the links and looking.

   * Bookmark my Designer Search pages. Choose from or
      Use these when you plan to browse for glass on eBay, and then if you find  and buy something appealing, we get a commission. Why not give them a try?

    * If somebody new joins eBay and converts their registration into a purchase within a given time, we receive a payment. So if you are not already an eBay member and you plan to buy something from ebay, please go through one of our links at the top of the page when you are ready to join.
Thank you very much to those of you who deliberately go through our link to buy something. The payment received when you do that is much appreciated.
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