scooter wrote:What about the User area, specifically "My Authorizations" that gives you the ability to upload the ser file? The old way was email, but I don't believe that's the way it goes now. Perhaps I'm wrong, though
Enrique says you should "send" the .SER file to email@example.com. I think that area (My Authorizations) sends the SER file to that e-mail address though I'm not sure since I've never done it through it. In any case, you could send it again using your own e-mail (hotmail, gmail, etc.) and see if that works.
@AA: Seriously guys, you have to make this automatic, it's a pain for your loyal customers.
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