Although it's an Aussie Club - everyone is most welcome to join.
Our Pathtags will be distinctly Aussie in nature - they may be pictures of our country, our flora, fauna or of relevance to Australia.
If you would like to join the club please make your way to the "Subscriptions" page and choose the level of membership you would like. Once that is complete it is vital that you continue to the "Apply" page to complete your application. Your personal details will never be released to third parties as we strictly adhere to the privacy and confidentiality guidelines. Once these steps have been completed Coruze will send an acknowledging email.
On the 1st of each month an email will be sent notifying you that voting is open for the next produced tag. From the 1st to the 10th of each month there will be tag submissions from our designers where all financial members have the privilage to vote on the design they prefer. The winnning tag will be based on the highest majority of votes. Please be mindful that on the 11th day voting will be closed.
Unless we have "sold out" you will receive your first tags the following second month i.e. join in January, receive March's tag. We will notify you if we have sold out when we send your acknowledging email.
It is anticipated that tags will be received by our members early in the month.
The tag's profile will have a trading lock on it but will be open for wishlisting - the trading lock will be opened on the 1st so the fun can begin.
Designs are always needed so if you're a budding Pathtag artist PLEASE FEEL FREE, to make submissions. The winning designer will receive 4 Pathtags PLUS a special designer tag (that can only be obtained this way) as a thank you from us.
Aussie Pathtag Club (APC) is a site run by unpaid volunteers and is not affliated with any other website or club, if we make any profit it stays in the Club and is returned to the members.
Members names and addresses are used exclusively for the Club's purposes and will never be given to a third party.
As content is provided by our members, the committee cannot be held responsible for any copyright infringement and does not necessarily agree with any opinions of members in their submissions.