Hi, AW Club means your subscription expired usually. You can login but don't have access to the content. When this occurs unexpected check if your creditcard is correctly registered in gmbill including expire date. Do NOT post creditcard details here. If you can't determine why your account has switch to expired/aw-club contact Support using the feedback/contact form.
The above is stated on the errorpage you should have gotten:
"Your account is in "AW Club" status. This usually happens when your paid subscription expires, and you are still logged in. In the future, we hope to offer more features to AW Club members, but for now, you can post on the boards.
To regain access to our stills and video shoots, you'll need to rejoin, on the join page. Because we know who you are, you'll see the reduced prices for joining: our way of saying thanks for coming back! "
(note: if expire is the result of a creditcard issue this usually can be resolved by customer-support without having to rejoin, recommend you contact them before attempting rejoin to be sure)
Thanks for your reply!
I wrote to the customer support via feedback form and now wait for their answer.
My credit card has an expiration date far beyond in the future...
Let's see what happens.
This has happened to me a couple times within this past year so you're not alone. Hopefully now that Brent over in AW Support is keen on this sort of thing happening from time-to-time your account situation can be restored soon.