You may receive a text or email stating that your Omnilert subscription account will expire in 30 days. This is normal and part of the service.
Why does my alert subscription ever expire?
When you originally subscribed to receive Omnilert alerts, the system set an expiration date for your account. Your organization may have set it for you or allowed you to select it.
Omnilert Alert subscription accounts will expire for several reasons:
- So that you don't continue to get alerts long after you need them.
- It reminds you to log in and make sure all of your info is updated periodically.
- Phone numbers can change hands over time. Expiration helps ensure that Omnilert doesn't accidentally "spam" someone with alerts who doesn't need/want those alerts.
What can you do?
If you don't want or need to receive alerts anymore, then just do nothing. Your account will expire and you won't receive any more alerts from Omnilert.
However, if you wish to continue receiving Omnilert alerts, simply visit your organization's log in page and log into your Omnilert subscriber account. (Your organization should provide you with their own link to log in, usually on their own website, portal, or intranet page.)
Once logged in, you will be presented with the option to renew your subscription to the Omnilert service.