FAQs

POTENTIAL FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The following questions and answers are presented in the hopes they help clarify any questions you may have concerning Membership in Wordipedia. Also, please read our Terms and Conditions, Privacy, and Cookie Policy.

What are the system requirements for accessing Wordipedia?
You will need a device which fully supports current Internet technology such as HTML 5 like Windows, Mac, IPhone, IPad, Android, and Kindle.

What is the term of membership?
Membership is monthly from the date of joining.

Can I Cancel My Membership?
You can cancel your Membership at any time.

How do I Cancel my Membership?
Each month we send you an invoice in your email. In that invoice are instructions and a link to cancel or suspend your membership. You can also, at any time, log into your account and update your Member Profile and deleting your credit card in the Auto Pay page. Because of this, we don't offer refunds. Your billing will cease when you cancel unless your credit card has already been charged for the month.

To cancel your membership any time on the Wordipedia website, log into your account as stated below and select MEMBERS ONLY and MEMBER PAGE. Then in the section My Membership Information/Billing Info, click Enter Autopay Info. You'll be asked to login again for verification. Then a page will display your billing information. At the bottom, click the check box to Delete Credit Card Information and then click the Submit button.

What happens if I don't pay my invoice?
Your membership will be put in suspension and you will not have access to the Word Discovery System.

How do I resume Membership if it is suspended or canceled?
If you attempt to login again, your unpaid invoice will be displayed. If you pay the invoice, your Membership and billing will be resumed.

What are my responsibilities?
You are responsible for meeting requirements under the Terms and Conditions of Membership. You need to keep your Member Profile information current, keep your Login information secure, and not disseminate information in the Word Discovery system.

Are my transactions secure?
Wordipedia is PCI compliant which gives you peace of mind when you sign up. Card authorization is processed through trusted partners like Authorize.net, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. Card information is not stored on our system. All transactions are completed by a third party member management system which observes strict data compliance and security rules. Unlike social media and other types of sites, Wordipedia does not traffic in your data or interests. Our revenues are only from member dues.

Will content change?
Wordipedia may change the content at its own discretion at any time and without notice. Because some of our content relies upon third parties, we may have to adapt to or cancel their services. We anticipate that, over time, we will enhance the system, but at our discretion. We are open to suggestions on how we could better serve your needs including what additional content you would like to see, recommendations on look and feel, linguistic extensions, artificial intelligence, interfaces, links, etc. Please feel free to use our Contact page to submit your thoughts and thanks in advance!

What do you mean that Wordipedia is the largest common word reference system on the Internet?
By common words we mean to exclude words of singular importance to specialized audiences. For example, there are dictionaries that focus solely on technology, science, business, medicine, slang, etc. There are dictionaries that attempt to include these words as well as common words. A good example is the Oxford English Dictionary (oed.com) which has, according to their website, more than 600,000 words. You can subscribe here:https://ams.oup.com/user/newacct.cgi?title=oed

Wordipedia has about 220,000 words which covers all words for journalism, novels, songs, conventional business, global correspondence, etc. Unlike other dictionaries though, Wordipedia is focused on Word Discovery and Word Relationships. There are approximately a billion word relationships in Wordipedia and they are provided in 30 languages.