- Browser Specifications for Signing Up
- Display Settings
- Turning off Internet Explorer Resizing
- Preventing Netscape 7.1 from resizing images larger than the screen (on PCs)
- Disabling AOL Photo Compression
- Do Not Use Proxy Servers!
- Hackers, Beware!
- Disabling Anonymizing Softwares
- Resolving Internet Explorer Automatic Password Feature Problems
- Turning Off AddSubtract
- Zonealarm Users
- Resolving Password Problems
- No Spidering!
- Changing Log-In
- To cancel membership, retrieve forgotten password, or check status
- Subscriptions and Billing
for Signing Up
You need a browser with 128 bit encryption
in order to signup. Paycom and CCBill will not accept any older
browser with a lower encryption. If you attempt it, you'll get errors
or "page not found" when you try to signup. We suggest you upgrade
your browser to the latest version. This will also ensure the security
of your transactions.
Important! - set your display to either
24 or 32 bits. At 16 bits or lower the photos will look really bad!
To change the display settings, go to the control panel, choose
display, click on settings and set the video card to 24 or 32 bits.
Turning off Internet Explorer
Default Internet explorer users - there is
a new feature implemented in IE. It is an option that will resize
the photos to fit your screen. Our high resolution photos are sometimes
in excess of 1200 pixels on the largest side. When IE resizes them,
the result is often an ugly photo, all fuzzy and pixilated. To disable
this function, go to internet options, advanced toolbar, multimedia,
and then uncheck the option "automatic image resizing."
Preventing Netscape 7.1 from
resizing images larger than the screen (on PCs):
1. Click on Edit in the Toolbar;
2. Click on Preferences in the Edit drop-down menu;
3. Select Appearance, go to the bottom of the Appearance dialog
box and uncheck the 'Resize large images to fit in the browser window'
Disabling AOL Photo Compression
AOL users: to disable the photo compression
feature, please go to settings within your AOL browser, choose preferences,
internet properties (www), click the web graphic tab on top of the
window and choose 'never compress graphics'. That will solve the
Do Not Use Proxy Servers!
If possible, avoid using proxy servers to
surf, as they bring up outdated content (up to weeks-old pages!)
And many times they create problems with usernames and passwords.
To disable them click on internet options (control panel), connections,
lan settings and there disable any checked feature. After doing
so always restart the computer. If you're using Netscape you might
also have to check Netscape's options to disable the proxies. The
newest Netscape also has the automated password option - always
disable it. We recently upgraded the member's server so these changes
could have affected your surfing if such features are enabled.
If you tried to hack the site by entering
random usernames and passwords, your IP might be logged as abusive.
In that case try back in a while or disconnect and reconnect so
that your IP changes...and next time do not try to hack the site!
Why not join instead and have a smoother experience?
Disabling Anonymizing Softwares
Disable anonymizing softwares or do not come
from anonymizing urls. Disable programs such as: Norton Internet
Security or Atguard Privacy Software or Safeweb. They might be considered
hostile by the server's security which is now very tight due to
the massive hacker attacks that the site receives daily.
Resolving Internet Explorer
Automatic Password Feature Problems
There's a major issue with Internet Explorer
and its automated password feature that may prevent you from entering
the member's area. This mostly happens when you tried to enter the
site with random usernames and passwords before signing up or when
you've been on the site previously but with another username and
password. The same problem might also show up with the latest Netscape
Navigator (ver. 6 and up). To ensure you get rid of the problem
either switch to Netscape Navigator 4.7 (best choice), disable the
automated password option (which is the cause of many problems)
or if you're using Internet Explorer 5.5 or later, which has a nasty
new feature that logs you anonymously instead of prompting you for
a username and password, follow this procedure to solve the problem:
Go into the control panel in Win95 / Win98, select internet options,
select the security tab, select Internet, select custom level, and
at the bottom of the option's list there's a choice between various
types of logons - select: prompt for username and password. Better
yet, switch to Netscape Navigator 4.7.
Turning Off AddSubtract
We have reports of members having trouble viewing
the pages when using a Program called AddSubtract. It is supposed to kill
popup windows and Java Scripts, but it also kills regular, harmless html
pages. We don't have pop ups or hidden scripts, so we suggest you to turn
it off while you surf BlackBrazilianShemales.com.
Update for Zonealarm users: the new version
of Zonealarm is also bundled With AddSubtract, so please follow
these additional directions in order to make it work with the website:
Turn the cookie control and pop-up blocker controls to 'off' (under
Resolving Password Problems
Before you report a non-working password,
please be sure that you entered it correctly. The system is case
sensitive, so you have to enter your username and password as you
entered them upon subscription. Please check your receipt to ensure
you're entering them correctly.
The site is well protected against hackers
and password trading. Your account is personal and sharing it will
cause the system to block it in a matter of minutes. Spidering (automatic
download programs) is forbidden as it negatively affects regular
member's ability to surf faster. We have implemented features that
will lock out your ip(s) and login. If you spider the site you will
If you use a common login such as aaaaaa/bbbbbb
or a login you've been using for a long time on many sites, there's
a good chance that the login will be disabled due to hacker attacks.
If you want us to change your login and prevent this from happening,
please send all information to us (old login and new login).
To cancel membership, retrieve
forgotten password, or check status
To cancel membership, retrieve a forgotten
password or check your status, click here: PaycomEU.net
These options are valid for both credit card memberships and checking
account membership with PaycomEU.net and CCBill.
Subscriptions and Billing
If you sign up using CCBill or PaycomEU.net,
any charges will discreetly appear as CCBill or PaycomEU.net on your credit card statement.
We offer three different payment options to fulfill your deepest
- $29.95 for 1 month then $29.95 every 1 month until cancelled;
- $99.95 for 6 months one time.
You may cancel at any time but your memebership stays active for the entire duration of the initial membership (paid for) peiod.