@jon-mitchell I think the people who would benefit from that are mostly the people who essentially follow maybe 1 or 2 series at most. If all you're here for is Bookworm for example, it may work out cheaper to just buy a bunch of credits, order the volumes so you can follow the pre-pubs and not maintain an active subscription.
@korppi Thanks. That confirms that the links are correct and correspond to the names you put next to them. So if the link you clicked on did not correspond to them, that means it's a bug with the website interface or a misclick
I would also pretty much like to have a "invoice" / confirmation email for:
Membership activation / continuation / cancellation (when it does not automatically renews anymore) notice
When Coins are purchased that includes: how much coins are purchased, for how much each coins was purchased (based on membership), and total cost
When Coins are spent, to receive confirmation that a coin was actually spent and to have a general confirmation, this email should include: how many coins are spent (1 in most cases), which title it was, plus a download link (or where to download it, even if it is just https://j-novel.club/user/library)
Also, the current email that is sent out for coins purchased is just not enough, also i dont think a email like firstname.lastname@example.org should be used, but (like other services do it) email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
PS: it would also be nice if these email would be structured like invoice emails to be automatically displayed in something like gmail (like steam does it)
I'm not sure if it still happens, but it was at least historically the case that people got an immediate premium credit when they sign up in addition to the monthly credits they then received. I don't think this is repeated when you renew, but it might be what you were remembering.