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We Now Have Secure Online Transactions - We added an SSL secure certificate
in early June 2007. When you register online now, your credit card
transactions are secure. Watch for the lock and the "https://" in
the address bar.
There are many ways to register for courses on our website. The easiest way
to register is to first select a course. All of the web pages have
a link to the Catalog pages. If you already have a MALT account,
you will be asked to logon after making
one course selection. If you are new to MALT, you will be asked to
create an account, and then logon. Follow the easy instructions.
If you do logon first, to update your profile for example, you can get to
the Catalog from the left frame, by clicking on Courses|By Group.
Hereís a solution to a common account problem Ė folks register a long time
ago, and donít remember that they have a MALT account until they
try to create a new account. If you enter an email address that
is already on file, you will receive an error message that reads "this account
is already being used." This
usually means you already have a MALT account! Logon with the email
address that is already in the system, but use the default password:
your first and last name initials, plus your zip code. For example
if Sam Ford who lives in Mt Airy needed to use his default password,
it would be "sf19119". Mary Chance Lee in Chestnut Hill would be "ml19118".
You will be asked to create a new password. And please take a moment to update
your profile, especially your day and evening phone numbers and your email
address. Itís how we communicate with you in the event of a sudden change
in your course.
Please call the MALT office Monday - Friday, 9AM-2PM if you have any questions
or need more assistance. Our number is 215-843-6333.
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