Today our development team has finished and released the support for Two Factor authentication. This adds another layer of security for any account on our website. If you're new to multi-factor authentication, we invite you to read more about it on the Wikipedia page.

For any client with an account on our web platform, you may navigate to your User Settings page and click "Two Factor" and enable it through there. You are welcome to use any authenticator you'd please, we personally would recommend Authy due to it's ease of use and back up capabilities, however you may use whichever you'd desire.

Our team has done testing prior to the release, so we believe that we should be clear of avoiding any issues, but obviously there is always the potential of issues. If you run into any issues with our new two factor, such as not able to enable it properly, or not able to log in after enabling it, please directly contact our support via e-mail at [email protected] or create a new account and submit a support request.

We hope to see accounts utilizing this new feature as an extra security layer to their important accounts. We believe this will prevent account theft on our network.

Thank you, Quantum Stress Team

By August 4th 2017, we plan to update the Refund policy in our Terms of Service. Up until now, our refund policy has been loose and open to misuse. We offer full refunds to any member who has purchased their subscription less than 72 hours previously and simply submitted a support request through our platform, we would issue them a refund. We've had several cases where individuals purchase our services, utilize them for the 72 hours to achieve their usage goals and request a refund.

This leads to our platform being bogged down for the members who rely on it regularly and much more, and with the recent influx of newly registered members who use the service for 72 hours, request refund and repeat that process have begun deteriorating our service as a whole.

As of August 4th, our new refund policy will lessen the 72 hour refund request time period to 24 hours. A decision we're still deciding on is if we should investigate accounts requesting refunds to determine if they've used our service to a point where we should not feel obligated to issue a refund.

This blog post is short and is to inform everyone of the upcoming Refund Policy update coming soon. To get familiar with our service agreement, review our Terms of Service.