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  • [Forum] Billing/Invoicing Specific Forum User Groups?

    Hi, I'd like to create a forum where there are 50 different/separate user groups. Community "A", Community "B" and so on. Each user group would be separately password protected with a unique user ID and passcode to prevent users from one community from intruding into another.

    Each user group would have different subscriber fees that would be due on an annual or quarterly basis (at the user's own preference). Bills would be sent out to users within each user group via email.

    Ideally, it would be preferrable to have the subscription fees directed to SEPARATE bank accounts to make accounting easier. (I know, for example, PayPal tries to prevent users from having more account, but we could create separate PayPal accounts that correspond to completely separate bank accounts owned/operated by different individuals.)

    I do NOT want members from Community A to even be aware of Community B members, let alone be able to see their differing subscriber fees. (This is a question about a future forum concept I'm thinking about launching and not my existing, FREE forum which is built around transparency.)

    Lastly, it would be great if we could accept currencies above and beyond what I currently see in the ACP (USD, Pounds Sterling, Euros, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars). Is it possible to add other currencies, when needed, on a user group specific basis? (e.g. User Group A pays only in USD or Euros, User Group B pays only in Canadian Dollars or Stirling Pounds, etc.)?

    USD Euros Pounds Sterling Australian Dollars

    My Question:

    How well can vBulletin cover the aforementioned specs out of the box?
    Last edited by 4Play; Tue 3 Jan '12, 3:50pm.
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