== Membership ==
# How do I buy a NASPA membership? <br /> The [[membership]] page says how to pay online using a credit card to activate your membership right away, or submit your data and follow up with a check to have your membership activated when we receive payment.
# I tried entering my NASPA ID and password but keep being told “'re trying to connect to an unknown session. Please log on again.” <br /> We use “browser cookies” to keep track of sessions at our website. If you see this message and use AOL as your ISP, make sure that you are using Firefox as your browser and not the default AOL browser. Otherwise, make sure that you have cookies enabled in your browser preferences.
# Do life members in the NSA get life membership in NASPA? <br /> No. The NSA and NASPA are two separate organizations. NASPA
will probably develop its own system of life membership in future, but it is not an immediate priority.
# Can I buy member-only publications such as the [[OTCWL]] from [http://www.wordgear.com WordGear] as a NASPA member? <br /> Effective July 1, 2009, WordGear no longer restricted sales of such publications to NSA members.
# Can you send me a password to log onto the membership services section of NASPA? <br /> No, but you can send it yourself by going to the [http://www.scrabbleplayers.org/cgi-bin/services.pl membership services page], entering your member number and clicking on “Email me my password”.
# What is my membership number (NASPA ID)? <br /> You can look it up in the [http://scrabbleplayers.org/cgi-bin/members.pl member database.]
# My current email address is not in the member database, how can I receive my password? <br /> Contact
a member of the [[Membership Committee]] to have your email address updated in the database.
# How do I change my password? <br /> Go to the Member Services page, then click on the “Change Password” button at the bottom of the page.
# Can you set my password to XXXXXX? <br /> No. You can change it yourself by clicking the “Change Password” button at the bottom of the Member Services page. If you don’t remember your password, enter your member number and click on “Email me my password”.