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How many hits does Junior Diamond Prospects receive?

The Junior Diamond Prospects site was opened in August of 2007. We had 1.7 million hits in 2007 (August-December). In 2008, we had over 7.4 million hits! We are almost three years old now and anticipate even more growth as we increase our services around the state of South Carolina! To view our web site hit history, click here. 

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Why is Junior Diamond Prospects a subscription-based site?

In order to continue bringing our viewers top-notch coverage statewide, it takes money. Money to cover travel expenses, scouting equipment and to compensate our staff. Here's why we think it's a bargain. If you try it for a month, the monthly subscription comes out to about 30 cents per day. Better yet, try it for a year and the cost per day is only 15 cents.

How do I subscribe?

If you are not already a PayPal customer, then go to PayPal.com and set up an account. It is easy to do. All you need is a valid credit card. Upon completion of setting up this new account, return to JrDiamondProspects.com and click Register at the bottom of the Login Form on the left side of the home page. Click one of the payment options and you will be taken first to the registration page. Fill out the information and click [Send Registration]. This completes part 1, registration, of the process. From there, you will be taken back to the PayPal payment plan screen. This begins part 2 of the process, the payment portion (Remember, you will not be able to complete the process unless you have set up an account with PayPal). Select again either a monthly or an annual subscription. That will take you to a confirmation screen. On that page you will click [Continue]. Then you will be taken to the checkout screen. Click [Checkout]. On the next page, the billing information screen, you will need to click the Paypal option (only option offered) and then it will ask you for your email address and password that you used to set up your PayPal account. From there, follow the simple directions and you will be a subscriber. The process should take less than five minutes.

I lost my user name and password, can you give it to me again?

Probably the question we get the most...First of all, please write the username and password down when your account is created. Remember that your username and password are case sensitive.  In other words, if your password was originally entered as "Mizuno", only that password will get you in. Neither "MIZUNO" or "mizuno" will get you in. Secondly, be sure to click ‘remember me' on the Login Menu to prevent your having to login each time you visit JrDP. Lastly, your password is never revealed to us as a protective measure for you. You can try to retrieve it under ‘Lost Password". If that doesn't work, we can attempt to re-set your password but you will need to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

I joined originally as a monthly subscriber but I'd like to change to an annual subscriber.

What you will need to do here is "cancel" your monthly account through PayPal. We will keep it active through the day of the month you are paid through. Then notify us that you are changing to an annual subscription. We will delete your account in our system and then you can go through the registration and PayPal process again and change it to an annual subscription.

I didn't know that my subscription was set to renew on a monthly/annual basis, what can I do?

Each new customer is informed by Paypal and Junior Diamond Prospects that the subscriptions remain active, and will renew, until the member cancels the account. Once it renews, it is non-refundable.

How do I cancel my account?

We do not have access to your PayPal account to cancel it, only you can. The subscriptions are set to automatically renew until you go to PayPal.com and cancel your Junior Diamond Prospects account. At that point we are sent an email noting that you have done so. We hope this process makes sense and thank you for your interest in JrDP.

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