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TUG Password for Ratings


TUG Member
Jul 13, 2005
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Help. My old password does not work so I registered for the TUG BBS and got in. Now I want to get into ratings and don't know what the password should be. It doesn't take my BBS password. Maybe it is the general TUG password and I guess I don't remember that. I clicked on Forgot My Password but it's been a while and no email from TUG???

Makai Guy

Jun 3, 2004
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Aiken, SC, USA
Resorts Owned
Spicebush (Hilton Head Island)
[Obsolete reply to this old post removed]

Yes, Ratings and Reviews require the general TUG Member username and password. Enter your TUG Member username or your email address here: https://tug2.com/PasswordRequest.aspx. Unlike when the original post was entered, this system in now automated and sends the email out immediately; it no longer requires someone to manually look up your password and send it to you.
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