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        APG members may subscribe to the APG Members-Only List. This unmoderated mailing list is used to discuss topics of interest to the members of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Subject matter includes but is not limited to genealogical and historical sources, research methodology, business principles and practices, APG business, and much more. All participants agree to abide by APG's Code of Ethics and the APG Mailing List Code of Conduct.
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    • Resolving differences. If you have a question or complaint, tell the professional first. Misunderstandings can occur on either side but can usually be resolved quickly. In the unlikely event a difficulty between you and your genealogist is not resolved, notify the organization or person who referred the professional to you and tell your genealogist you have done so. .
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    • The Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG) offers an arbitration service when a certified professional is involved. See http://www.bcgcertification.org/aboutbcg/index.html.



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