First, I have to apologize for the extended absence. As some of you may already know, I have been in the process of moving to a new home. During that time, my “bondage computers” and some other accessories (like monitors, keyboards, modem etc.) were packed away in boxes and relocated to the new residence with the help of some friends and family members. Needless to say, since no one in my personal life is aware that I create and share this kind of content, it would be unwise to begin setting up my “office” of sorts while several people were in and out of the home. The biggest problem was that the closing and move came very last minute and I wasn’t able to make a quick update informing everyone of what was going on because of how everyone was in and out of the old place, and unfortunately, my web host is awful on my cell phone, but that’s a different discussion. That being said, I’ve seen that there are dozens of emails and messages awaiting a response, which I will get to as soon as humanly possible. I appreciate your patience, and I promise you I will do my best to make it up and catch up with posts, images and stories.
Speaking of emails and messages, the largest topic of messages that I have seen so far has to be regarding PayPal and members’ inability to pay using PayPal. Most have asked what the problem is and why they can not pay. In past months, I have reached out to PayPal to find out why this is. They have told me that the issue is because the customer’s bank (your bank) is not allowing the transaction to go through. If this happens, generally you would have to contact your bank and let them know that you are trying to make a purchase (the transaction should come up as “Martin Arts Inc.” if you are curious or if the bank needs to know that for any reason.)
I may have put this explanation somewhere on the site in a permanent spot (as I have posted this a few times). But I understand that these posts tend to get lost and pushed back as time goes by, so not everyone gets to see them. I’ll try to figure out a way to make this more visible.
Many have been asking when a new credit card provider will be added as an option for payment. Unfortunately, this has proved to be much more of a headache than I could have ever imagined. The truth is, most credit card companies and processors are unwilling to support content of this type and they