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Welcome to this tutorial where you will find some very important information to consider before registering.

Your participation in one of our programs means that you are willing to help others and yourself to thrive. It also means that you share our goal to change the world’s madness by changing ourselves first. We want to be examples of love, morality, and good behavior. When you become a donor, your selfless and charitable donations are very important and much appreciated. Your volunteering in our programs will bring blessings to many souls, projects, and causes. We ask God Almighty to bless you and your family abundantly.

It is very important to make sure that you are going to register only if you feel comfortable about it. Do not do it under pressure or for the wrong reasons.

Once registered in our program and in order for you to get the full amount of people allowed in your group and in the shortest period of time, each participant needs to perform efficiently. When you become a donor, do not force anybody to get in your group because it could be counterproductive. If this new person you recruited is not bringing any donor to your group, you will not reach your full potential. The maximum amount of donors you can have in a group is 5460. It means that each one of your 4 downliners from your first line represents 1365 donors. Every donor participating in our programs is somebody else’s first downliner. You do not want to have in your group some inactive participants blocking you in your endeavor to fulfill the goals of your cause. This is why it is in the best interest of everyone to recruit only people very interested in the programs and willing to help one another.

Do not forget that theoretically, the only duty you have when participating in our programs besides helping with your monthly donations, is to invite 4 other people in need of our programs to register and to help them recruit their own 4 donors if necessary. That’s it; it is very simple and easy.

Now that you are ready to register, you need to know what kind of payment you are going to use for your first donation.

The payments made by our church to your cause will be done through PayPal and consequently opening an account with this company is highly recommended.

Paying or receiving money through PayPal is the easiest way of transferring money but it will cost you some administrative fees charged by Cotdp. The cheapest way to; register, to pay your monthly donation and to receive cash without paying any fees, is to buy and sell E-vouchers that are generated by our software. An E-voucher is an electronic form of money used in our programs. They are composed of a 15 digits number and of a code 16 digits long in an alfa numeric form. Once a donor has his 4 personally sponsored donors and has some money in his account, this person can buy the E-vouchers free of any charge directly from his account using a computer or a cellular phone. The purchased E-vouchers can now be sold for cash to other members of our programs. The sellers and the buyers are transferring funds free of any charge. It is a win-win solution. For more information on the subject, watch the tutorial “Manage E- voucher” and the tutorial “E-wallet,” subsection “Deposit Funds” and the tutorial “How to Register.”

If you cannot open an account with PayPal, try to find a relative or a friend who has an account with this company to help you registering or depositing funds in your E-wallet account. You pay them back in cash for the transfer including the fees. It is the duty of any sponsor to find the best way to provide a solution to his or her prospect needs. Do not wait until somebody is asking you for an E-voucher; be ready by knowing who can sell you one right away if you do not have any in your E-voucher bank. In the unlikely event that you could not find an E-voucher through your sponsors, get in touch with us at contact@cotdp.org and we’ll fix the problem. It is understandable but very sad to have companies, like Western-Union or MoneyGram, not being allowed to accept cash transfers to our Church.

Any additional company we could use in the future to transfer money to your E-wallet account would be added in the section “E-wallet’, subsection ‘Deposit Funds”.

The first part of our tutorial ended, and now we’ll give some recommendations for the donors involved with some country having a monthly donation under $3.00. Then, we’ll end this tutorial explaining how to open an account with PayPal. For the person who might stop watching the video at this stage, we invite you to let us know about anything you could find in our website that needs or could be corrected or improved. Thank you in advance.

- It is very important to explain a few details about our program for the countries having a donation of $3.00 or less. In order to help the least fortunate people, this program does not impose the payment of the required donations meanwhile the donor’s account has not enough funds to do so. Do not forget that all the accounts are receiving money only if the donors of the group are paying their donations. This is why we expect the relatives or friend of those donors living in some country having a stronger economy to open an account as first liners of those people in need of help. Sponsoring a donor from a richer country will bring more commission to your account but it is not a requirement. The same people from the countries with less than $3.00 donation can help one another by paying their due starting at registration, if they can afford it. Choose wisely the people you want in your group. Try to find people able and willing to pay the small donation starting at registration and help find donors able to pay their monthly donation to incorporate in the group of the ones who cannot pay their donations by themselves. The main idea is to help one another. You should consider that at the end, you will have to pay your registration and monthly donations, so do it on time if you can afford it. You can deposit money in your account using the subsection “Deposit Funds” the same way the other countries are doing it. Once this kind of account has enough money to pay for something, the software will automatically pay what is due the following day.

For the ones who are not familiar with PayPal, we want to let you know that using this company to pay or receive money keeps your personal information exclusively within PayPal’s highly protected and encrypted informatics system. Neither COTDP nor any merchant you are paying using PayPal services will have access to your credit card or bank information. In our opinion, it is a peace of mind for you and for us. You also need to know that when you buy a product from a merchant using PayPal’s services and the merchant is not honoring his part of the deal; you could be protected and receive your money back if PayPal determines that the merchant was at fault. The price for this peace of mind comes with a fee that PayPal is charging on all transactions they process. No surprises here I guess. Now we are going to show you how easy it is to open an account with PayPal. You go to www.paypal.com, and you click “Sign Up.” Then you select the option “Personal Account” if you are in the program “Help Yourself,” and you will have to choose “Business Account” if you are a non-profit organization or when you will start earning money as an independent contractor. You fill in the empty fields, and you check mark the agreement box if you agree with the terms of the services and then click the button “Agree and Create Account.” Your account is created, and in this new page you will click the button “Get Started.” In this new page, you will fill up the information of your credit card including the CSC, which is the 3 digits number that you find in the back of your credit card on the right side of the space where you signed your credit card. If you do not have a credit card or when you will need to receive some money from your COTDP account, you will have to link your bank account to your PayPal account. Right now we are going to link the account to the bank account. You will need to have one of your checks to copy the routing number which is a nine digits number and your account number which can be more than the 10 digits shown in this example. Then click the “Link Bank,” and you will see a notification letting you know that you will be receiving two deposits of a few cents from PayPal in the next two days. You will have to login into your PayPal account and use the amounts of cents you received from them to confirm your bank account. From there you are ready to go, and you can start using your PayPal account. This is the page of a US account. You have to click “Confirm Your Email” and “Send Email.” Once you confirmed your email, your dashboard will show you that the account is created and the email confirmed. We are then offered to link a credit card. You can link a lot of them if you wish and if you did not enter your mobile phone number, you could do it if you want to. Clicking on the button “Link a Card,” and then the button “Link a Card or Bank” you fill up the information of your credit card, and you link the card. If you opened your account with a credit card you could then link the bank account going to the wallet section, link a card or bank, link a bank account, and from there we already showed you how to do it. It takes five minutes to do it.

Our tutorial is coming to an end and we invite you to let us know about anything you could find in our website that needs or could be corrected or improved. Thank you in advance.

You are now ready to watch the video on “How to Register”

See you there and welcome on board.

Welcome to this tutorial about “How to Register”

When you register for the first time, you will need to access our webpage at cotdp.org, and you will click on the tab called “become a Donor.” This will bring you to the first step of the registration form. In this page, you will have to enter the username of the person who introduced you to those programs, and once done; you will make sure that his or her name is the right one that appears automatically in the sponsor name window. If it is not the right name that appears in this window, check the spelling of the username. Get in contact with your sponsor to make sure you have the right information. It wouldn’t be fair to your sponsor for you to register under somebody else’s account.

Once the information on the screen matches the one given by your sponsor, click the blue button “Go to next step.” If you receive a message telling you that you need to wait for the following day in order to register your new donor, it means that you are sharing a network with some peoples who have already registered some new donors today. If you need to register somebody today, use another network or use your cellular or tablet without using the Wi-Fi signal.

For the second step, you will have to fill in all the spaces where there is an asterisk *. Clicking on Mr. will activate the drop-down box where you will be able to choose your personal status or gender. Next, to it, you enter your first name or birthday name and then your family name or Last name. Write your middle name if you have one and then fill up the date of your birth starting with two digits for the month, don’t forget to type the forward slash, and then two digits for the day, forward slash and 4 digits for the year. Choose your gender and then make sure not to make a mistake when you enter your email address. You will receive your notifications at this email address. Write down your phone number. If you do not live in the U.S. replace the 001 from the first small box with the indicative of your Country. Do not use spaces when entering your phone number. The box will stay red, and you will not be able to go forward with your registration. We need to have a proof of your identity, and we are asking you to send us a scanned copy of your driver’s license or ID. If you are using a cellular phone to register, when you click Browse, you will be able to take a picture of your document and load it up. Our programs are multicultural and multilingual, for this reason, and to facilitate the communication in between our donors; we ask you to let everybody know which languages you are able to speak. The language of your back-office and of the emails you are going to receive from Cotdp will be the language you selected to start your registration. If you want to change these settings later, you will be able to do so in the section “Edit Profile.”

For the address, you will have to fill the number and street name. Postal address is not needed if it is the same as your address. The country you are living in is already preselected. If you select another one from the dropdown box, you will have to justify to Cotdp the reasons why you selected this country. Then you select the state you are living in from the respective dropdown box. Enter your City name and your zip code. If you are living in a country without zip code, enter 00000.

The information given in this section, “Beneficiary Details,” would be used to pass your account onto the person of your choosing in the case of your death.

In the section “Login details,” write down your username that needs to be at list of 4 characters and no more than 15, in an Alfa numeric format. The username can be composed of letters only but cannot be numbers only. If the username box stays in red, it means that your username already exists or does not comply with the requirements for a username. When the box turns green, your username is accepted.

Your login password needs to be at list 4 characters long, and you have to enter it twice. For security reasons, you will have to provide another and different password called transaction password. This password is used when you request a payment to your account from COTDP. It means that two passwords are needed in order to request payment; the first one to login to your account and the second one to request the withdrawal.

You are asked to select three questions and to give your answer to those questions for another security reason. When you get in touch with COTDP, we will ask you those questions, and we expect you to give the right answers. If you don’t, we will consider that you are not the person you want us to believe you are and we will end the conversation with you. When you fill up all the required fields, click the button “Go to next step.” If nothing happens, scroll up or down and look for a message telling you what you probably missed.

For the 3 rd step, you only have to double check that all the information you gave in the second steps are correct. You read the terms and conditions by clicking on the purple letters, and if you accept the condition, you click on the empty white box to put a check mark in it, and then you click “Go next step.” If something is not correct or you made a typing mistake in your form, go back to the previous page and correct the mistake. It is possible that you will have to type the passwords again.

In the 4 th step, you will have to select the program you want to participate in by clicking on “select package.” As soon as you choose your program, the payment methods will appear. If you click on the “PayPal” button, this page will appear, and you will be able to pay the donation for your registration through your PayPal’s account. If you choose “E-voucher”; in this page, you will have to enter the code and number of your E-voucher. Very important; the E-voucher you bought needs to be the E-voucher specially created for your country. If you use an E-voucher from another country, even if the amount of the donation is the same as the one of your country, it won’t work. If you copy the full code and number, you will have to paste it in the first window. The program will separate the code and number automatically. If you are living in a country with less than a $3.00 donation or if you choose the “30 days Trial Option”, the “Welcome Letter” will appear immediately after selecting these options. If your sponsor is telling you that some other payment options that could fit your needs are available but are not included in the registration process at the time of your registration, you will have to choose the option “30 Days Free Trial” in order to have time to load your account with money before it is time to pay for your registration and renewal.

Once you are done with the payment method, your welcome letter will appear on your screen. This letter is the most important document you will have regarding your participation in our programs. You will not have access to this sensitive information again. You can download this information to your computer or/, and you can print it. Anyway, you will receive a copy of your registration by email. Remember to keep this information in a secure place. This welcome letter is the key to access your account. We insist: take all the cautions you can regarding this information. From here, you can access your back office. We suggest you watch the next video called “your back office” to get acquainted with the sophisticated and user-friendly working tools you will be using from now on.

Thank you for participating in our programs and may God bless you and your whole family.

The first time you’ll reach your back-office will probably be during registration, by clicking the button at the bottom of your welcome letter. Any time after this, you will have to visit cotdp.org and click the tab “Login.” You will access the login page where you will have to enter your username and password to get into your back-office. If for some reason you forgot your password, you can click on the words ”Forgot Password.” A new page will open up where you will enter your username and click “Submit.” An email with your password will be sent to the email you provided during the registration process. If you click “Go To Home,” you will go back to the Cotdp main website. If you check mark “Remember me” you will be unlocking your back- office, and the next time you or any other person wants to access it, they will be able to do so only by clicking “Log in”. For security purposes, it is not recommended to check mark this box. But for now, let’s enter to your back-office.

This video is an introduction to the tools you will be able to use to monitor everything that is going on in your account and with your group of donors.

You can choose the color of the background to fit your personality and your mood at the moment by clicking on the arrow located on the top right corner of your page, next to your picture and your username. You will be able to choose what you prefer from a big selection of options. For example; from the selection miscellaneous, you could choose this one, or that one or a more abstract kind of background, like this one or that one. You might prefer a Religious one like this or a plain color like this one or a Romantic one like this one or maybe a videotape, like this one. With so many other options available, you should be able to find the background that best suits your taste or mood.

Now that you are comfortable and at ease, we’ll explain the meaning of the numbers that are going to fill up your five colored upper boxes in a very near future. The first box called “You Sponsored” gives you the information of the number of donors that have been registering in our programs using your username as sponsor. This first box requires some extra explanations because your requirement in order to be able to access your funds is to have four personally sponsored members in your group. Now, once you have your 4 personally sponsored donors, it is recommended to open another account if you want to keep sponsoring new donors. Some people might choose not to open another account, and in this case, they will sponsor a new member the same way they did for the first 4 ones. The computer will not place this new donor in your first line because the line is already completed; the computer will find in your genealogy and among your “kids and grandkids” the first donor that does not have its first line of 4 donors completed and will assign the new donor to this person. This new recruit will be in your group, but he will be a great or great great child, depending on where the computer found the first empty space. This example shows you that it is possible to inherit some donor or donors from people at the top of your group. You could theoretically, end up with your first line filled up with donors without doing anything. However, even in that situation, you need to personally sponsor 4 donors in order to be able to access your funds.

The second box colored in blue gives you the information of the total amount of donors you have in your group within and beyond your 6 lines. This is why it is called your Tithe Team, because all those people are contributing directly and indirectly to the collection of funds for your cause.

The third box color red gives you the information of your current month net income in real time from the moment you register up to the moment you renew your monthly donation. At the moment you renew your monthly donation, the box will reset to zero to start accounting for another month of income.

The fourth box in dark grey accumulates, in real time, the funds your cause has been generating since your registration.

The fifth box in green is giving you the information of the balance of your e-wallet or internal bank account.

Bellow those 5 boxes, admin uses this thin blue line to make any needed announcement.

Bellow this announcement space; we have a very cool feature which is a vector map that allows the donors to know where the members of their groups are located. You place the arrow over the yellow dot, and the map will tell you how many people of your group you have in the selected country.

Bellow the vector map; you have the section “Level Details,” where you will find some very interesting information about your group. The first column gives you the different lines you have in your group; the second line tells you how many donors you can have per line; the third column tells you how many donors you have in each level of your structure. The last column tells you how the different levels are performing and generating funds to your account. This box reports only the donors of your group from which you are receiving direct contributions to your cause. This is why it is called “Standard Team” versus “Tithe Team.”

- The section Pending Incomes located below the section “Level Details” might be a very useful tool for the people who were hesitant in entering one of our programs due to financial problems. Do not forget that the program “Help Yourself” is a program specially designed for you. It is also with your financial problems in mind that we created the option to let you try our programs with no payment for 30 days. We want to help you as much as we can, but you need to help yourself too. This section of the dashboard is giving you the information of the amount of incomes that are mostly due by the donors of your group under the 30 days free trial option. Those amounts should be paid in a matter of a few days. By knowing what your account is about to receive in a very short period of time, should make you feel very comfortable to commit with our programs. In this section, you will know the username of the donors, what is due, from which Country, what is the amount of the donation and what would be the corresponding income for your account. The total of your potential income appears at the bottom of the column. The following column gives you the information of the type of any past due account including the only two types of accounts that are having a differed payment which are: the Free Trial accounts and the accounts from a country having a donation lesser than $3.00. The last column gives you the information on when the payment is due.

When you see a donor with a “Renewal” appearing in the third column of this section, it means that the donor did not pay his or her donation. You can get in touch with this donor to check if it is forgetfulness or if something terrible happened to him or her. If something bad happened, contact us, please.

-The Section “Watchlist” is one of the very important sections of this dashboard because in order for your cause to be successful, everybody in your group needs to perform well. This section of the dashboard informs you about the members of your group that could have some difficulties in bringing more people to collaborate with your cause. This section has been implemented to reinforce our philosophy of; People Helping People. This section will inform you about the donors of your group not yet having 2 donors in their first line at the end of their first two weeks of being registered and the ones who do not have their 4 donors in their first line after 4 weeks of being registered. All the group’s members can help the listed peoples of this section to complete their first line of 4 peoples. Only four donors in the first line of every participant are what keep the wheel moving to change the life of so many souls. If you are one of the listed people in the watchlist, do not feel bad to receive the help from your fellow sponsors. Laziness is not accepted, but we promote the idea of being a big family helping one another. If you can help, do not hesitate in sending an email to the listed people you might have in this section. You shouldn’t have so many or any at all, but just to show you how the email system is working, we have been creating this example. You open the full list, and you can use a few filters to make your selection. Let’s select people from this city and this language and from this level and will list them by alphabetical order. You checkmark the whole list or the chosen one and you click the button “Email.” You are now ready to send the same email to the list of the donors you selected.

Below the “Watchlist” you will find the “E-wallet” section where every penny that comes in or goes out of your account is reported. You can find the same information in the section “Wallet” located at the left side of the dashboard, subsection “Statement.”

In the box “Transaction History” you can find the information of the amount of the registration and renewals you have been donating, your monthly net income, the date you did it, the month you paid for, and when you will have to renew your donation. When you click the button “view more,” you will be redirected to the section “Financial Manager” subsection “Renewal Account.”

In the header of this page, you have the picture of yourself, and next to it you have an envelope telling you if you received an email from some donors of our programs or from admin.

This concludes the basic presentation of the dashboard.

The other videos will be explaining the different sections located at the left side of the dashboard.

See you there.

The access to buying E-vouchers is limited to the donors having four personally recruited persons in their group and having enough funds in their E-wallet to place the order. These E- vouchers can be used by prospective members during their registration process, or they can be used by existing donors to deposit some funds in their E-wallet in order to pay for their renewals. The prospect or the existing donor gives to the sponsor the value of the E-voucher in cash, and then the sponsor will give to the buyer the full code and number of the E-voucher. The newly registered donor can now take the time to open an account with PayPal if he or she wishes to. If you can manage to buy and sell E-vouchers, you will be able to make all of your transactions free of any fees. This is an option to consider very seriously.

The subsection “Purchase E-Voucher” is really very simple to use. You have the information of the balance of your account; you select the E-voucher for the country where it is going to be used if it is for a registration. If it is going to be used to deposit funds in an account, only the amounts of the E-vouchers are important. You choose how many E-vouchers you want to buy, you get the information of the cost, and you just click the button “Purchase E-Voucher.” At the top of the same screen, you will receive confirmation of your purchase. Here, you can see the new balance. If you want to buy another E-voucher, you just click on the “Reset” button and start the same process again. You can buy multiple E-vouchers at one time. However, the advantage of buying the E-vouchers one by one is that you are going to receive a confirmation email for each one of the E-vouchers you buy. That way, when you sell an E-voucher to someone, you just forward the email to your buyer. This can help you avoid mistakes when sharing the information of the E- voucher number and code.

Once you buy the E-voucher, you go to the subsection “E-Voucher Bank.” At the top of the screen, you can see that you have the information about how many vouchers you have bought, how many have been used, how many you have returned, and how many are available. -In the first box, called “List E-Voucher,” you select if you want the box called “E-Voucher Bank” to show you the E-vouchers that are available; the E-vouchers that have been used; or both together. If you want to find an E-voucher that has been used, you have to click on the circle of “Used,” and then you enter the username of the person who used the E-voucher in the search section. The requested information will appear in the second box. If you want to look for another E-voucher, you click on the button “Reset,” then “Used” and then you enter the new username.

The sub-section “Return E-voucher” is very simple. If you want to return an E-voucher for some reason; you just enter the E-voucher number and E-voucher code by copying this information from your “E-voucher Bank” or from the email you received for the confirmation of your purchase. If you copy the whole code and number at once, paste it in the first window. The software will place the information automatically in the two windows. You click “Submit,” and your E-voucher will be eliminated from your subsection “E-Voucher Bank” and the amount paid for the E-voucher will be credited back to your E-wallet. Another easy way to get the money back for the unwanted E-voucher is to deposit this E-voucher in the sub-section “Deposit Funds” of your “E-wallet” section.

All your returned E-vouchers will be listed in the last subsection of “Manage E-voucher” called “Returned E-Voucher Bank.”

This ends this tutorial. See you in the next one.

The following subsection “View Profile” will bring up only your basic information. As we explained in the “How To Register” tutorial, all the sensitive information is not exposed in your back-office for security reasons.

The subsection “Edit Profile” allows you to change any information that needs to be modified, except your username. For any standard little change you are making in this page; at the end, you have to click the button “Update” at the bottom of the page, and the message confirming the changes will appear on the screen. In this sub-section, you can change the language of your back- office, and you can modify the information regarding the languages you are speaking. This necessity may occur when somebody inherits an account. You can change your passwords in the ‘Login Details” section. You click over the password you want to change; you enter the actual password in the first box of the new window that appears on your screen. Then, you have to enter the new password twice and click on the button “Change Password.” Do not forget to correct this information in your “Welcome Letter” or wherever you keep this password information. In this window, you will be able to upload one of your pictures by clicking on the button “Edit Image.” A small window will appear. Click the button “Choose File”; choose the file where you have the picture you want to use. Double click on the picture and you will see that the information of the picture appears next to the button. Click the button “Submit,” and your picture should appear in this section. It will also appear in the header of your dashboard screen the next time you login.

This is the end of this tutorial.

See you in the next tutorial

The first subsection called “Matrix Tree” gives you a visual idea of the size of your group. It is a very interesting tool. In the “Genealogy List” box and next to your username you have a plus sign. If you click this plus sign, you will open your genealogy, one donor at a time: if you click on the words “Expand all” It will open your genealogy all at once. The reverse will happen if you click the words “Collapse All.”

Once you have a lot of donors in your group, you will be able to enter the username of a member in your group, and the software will show you the direct line of parenthood with this donor.

The subsection: “Downlines Details” is giving you the list of all the donors of your group. You can list them by username, date of registering or by the level they belong to, by name, country, state, city, sponsor’s username, parent’s username and by spoken languages. In most of the case, the sponsor and parent usernames are usually the same. In some cases, a donor that sponsored his 4 required personal recruits and wants to sponsor other people without opening another account can do it the same way he registered the previous donors. The difference is that the computer will list the new donors somewhere down the organization of the sponsor in the first available spot. This particular will make the downline donor receiving this new donor; a parent of the new recruit but the sponsor will always be the sponsor. This new donor would have a different username for his parent and sponsor reference. When you want to search something about your downlines or if you want to send an email to a group of people, this is the place to start. You open the full listing by selecting “all,” and you can then filter your list with multi-layers of options as explained in the tutorial “Message Center.” You get the information you wanted, and if you did it to send an email, you write it, and you send it to all the selected donors at once. -The last subsection is listing the information of the donors you have sponsored personally. You need to have four of them in order to access the funds for your cause.

With no more to say about this chapter,

See you in the next tutorial

The section “Level Details” has been explained in the tutorial “Your Dashboard”.

This is an important section of your back-office, even if most of the relevant financial information is well exposed in the dashboard.

The subsection “Renewal Account” is the tool you will use to renew your monthly donation. This section gives you the balance of your E-wallet as well as the amount your account received this month. Meanwhile, you do not have enough money in your account to pay for your donation; you will have to deposit some money into your E-wallet using PayPal, an E-voucher or any other system available in the section “E-wallet” subsection “Deposit funds” at the moment you need to credit your E-wallet.

Once the money is deposited into your account, and once you received the email notifying you that it is time to make your monthly renewal donation, you can click the “Summit” button to accept the transaction. If you chose the 30 days free trial period; after donating for the registration, you will have to click the summit button a second time to donate your monthly renewal.

As soon as your account is receiving enough money to cover your monthly donation, we suggest you choose the automatic option.

This last option will give you peace of mind knowing that everything will be taken care of by itself. You will still receive the monthly renewal confirmation of the payments to your email. When you are making this transaction manually, be patient because depending of the speed of your internet, it may take a few seconds to receive the confirmation of the renewal. Wait for the confirmation message to appear on the top of your screen before doing anything else. Once the payment has been made, the information of the transaction will appear in the “Renewal History” on this same page, and your wallet will be debited the amount paid for the renewal.

The following subsection is the one that everybody wants to use as soon as possible. We are talking about receiving the fruits of your participation in our programs. Only the donors having four donors registered under their usernames will be able to withdraw money for their causes. In order to request a withdrawal, you will have to enter the transaction password and click the green button with the magnifier. Paypal and its sister company Xoom are the service providers we use to send money to our donors’ causes. If you want to receive the funds for your cause through PayPal, Click on this circle and type the email address connected to your PayPal account. If the country and the place where you live are serviced by Xoom, we will be able to send the money for your cause to a bank account or in cash. If you chose “Bank Account”, write down; the name of the bank, if it is a saving or a checking account, your account number and double check if all the information on this page is accurate and match the information of your ID. If you chose “Cash”, double check the accuracy of the information and then click the “update” button. A message will appear saying “Bank Details Updated Successfully!”

In the ‘Balance Details” section you have the information of the balance of your account, and next to it you will enter the amount you want us to send to your cause, and in the last dark brown box called “Remark,” you enter the purpose of the request for the funds. You then click the button “Request Payout,” and you will receive the message: ”Your request has been sent successfully.” We will get in touch with you to get some documents needed to back-up our donations to your cause, and we will follow with the process of payment once everything is verified. You only go through this verification process once. In future transactions, you would skip this step and should receive the funds in a matter of few hours.

The subsection “Upload Files” will be used if we ask you to send a better picture or copy of your ID or any document we might need in order to release the funds you are asking for. If you are using a cellular phone, do not worry, you will be able to take a picture of the document and to upload it to your back-office.

You will encounter the documents you uploaded in the subsection “Uploaded Files.” It is your upload file history folder, but you have the option to erase this information if you wish to do so.

The subsection “Payout Received” covers the entire withdrawals request with the actual status of either: Pending, Rejected or Approved.

The section: “Deposit Funds” is used to deposit some money into your account to pay for your registration if you chose the 30 days free trial period and to pay for your renewals until your account will start generating the funds necessary to take over the payments.

This page is giving you the information of your actual balance. If you bought an E-voucher from a sponsor, you would have to enter the number and code of the E-voucher in these two windows. If you copy the whole number and code, you will have to paste it in the first window, and the software will split it into the two windows automatically. You click “Deposit E-voucher” and your account will show immediately the deposit you just made. The E-vouchers for the registration have to be the ones specially created for the country they are going to be used for, but the E-vouchers to deposit can be from any country. Only the face value of the E-voucher matters for a deposit.

If you did not have a PayPal account at registration and now you have one, you can use it now to deposit some funds into your E-wallet. You choose the amount you want to deposit into your account, and the program will tell you how much it will cost you including the fees. You click “Go To PayPal,” and you will have to finish the transaction through the services of PayPal. A page similar to this one will appear, you click on the “Log In” button, you type in your email address associated with your PayPal account, you click next, you enter your PayPal password, you chose the account or credit card you want to use to deposit the money, you click next, and PayPal will redirect you to your back office where the money you deposited will appear in your E-wallet.

This subsection concludes this chapter, see you in the next one.

In this “E-Wallet” subsection “Summary,” you will find your available balance and the totals of the different sub-accounts you have within your e-wallet.

In the box called “Credit,” you have the information of the total incomes received for concept of registration and renewals. The third line gives you the information of the total deposits that you made to your account through PayPal, E-vouchers or any new authorized company. This last line will show you the total credited to your account if you return an E-voucher someday. You have then the total amount of the credit side.

-The debit side is telling you in the first line; the amount of money debited from your account for concept of withdrawals, pending and/or completed. The second line would show a debit from admin, which is something that should never happen. The third line sums the amount of monthly donations paid for your registration and renewals. The fourth line represents the amount of money you spent buying some E-vouchers. And finally the total amount of your debits.

The subsection called “Statement” gives you all the details of every penny that came in or went out of your E-wallet in real time.

This subsection concludes this chapter; see you in the next one.

God Bless you.

Welcome to this short tutorial.

By clicking the subsection “Sponsor New,” you will directly access the first page to start the process of registering a new donor.

By clicking “Manage Session Timeout,” you will be able to select the length of your session. This security feature logs you out after our server does not notice any activity from your account once the time you selected has completed. If the place where you have your computer is surrounded by people, you probably do not want one of these people exploring your back-office meanwhile you are away from your desk for a few minutes. We suggest that you log out from your account each time you are not in front of your computer.

We are done with this section, and we will see you in the next tutorial.

This tutorial is not really a necessity, but because this email center is tailored to our needs, we will go over it succinctly.

This Message Center is for internal uses exclusively. You only can send or receive messages to and from Admin and other donors from our programs. The services of this mail center start already with the sub-section “Watchlist” from your dashboard and from the sub-section “Downlines Details” in the section “Genealogy”.

Let’s start our tutorial with the example of somebody who wants to send an email to a selected group of donors. Going to the sub-sections “Downlines Details,” you will get the full list of the donors in your group. In order to filter your full list, you will have to select the mode “all” in the “Record Per Page” window. Then you could start filtering by State for example, and within this list, you could select the one speaking a specific language and within the ones speaking this language you could decide to handpick some of them. You checkmark the full list with one click and you order them by alphabetical order in order to more easily find the one you want to uncheck. Once your selection is done, you click the button email, and you are now ready to write your email and send it to your list. If you want to keep this list of donors at hand, you can create a group by clicking “Create a Mailing Group.” You type the name of the new group and click “Create.” Your group is now appearing in the “Mailing Group List” ready to be used in the near future. You can also create a group by entering the usernames in the “to” window and by clicking the + button to add other usernames. If you want to modify this group, you can do it by selecting the group you want to modify in the “Manage Existing Mailing Group” subsection, then adding or removing donors. This “Compose Mail” section is also used to send single emails to other donors or to admin.

In the subsection “inbox,” the unread emails are presented in big size letters and numbers, and the read one in smaller size letters and numbers. You just have to double-click the line of the message to open it and to read it. Once you opened an email, you can choose to reply to the sender or to forward the message to somebody else. To delete any email, you have to checkmark them and click “Delete.” If you want to block a donor from receiving his or her emails, you just checkmark the donor and click “Block Donor.” You can unblock this donor in the “blocked Donor” subsection.

The subsection “Sent” works the same way as “Inbox.” You can check the list of the donors you have been sending an email to by opening the email. The list of the recipients will be there.

This concludes our tutorial.

We invite you to watch all the tutorials as often as you consider it necessary.

We thank you for being part of our programs, and we send you all our blessings.

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10463 Greenwich Ct East

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contact@cotdp.org

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