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Pianoman16

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I have been a member of a website called mypoints for about 4 years now. For anyone who doesn't know about it, its a website where you ge points for buying products through them or by filling out surveys or opening emails. These poionts then add up to getting some kind of free gift card or something. Any way, the website has recently changed it's entire outlook and has remodled the way the website works. For some reason When I got to the website it says "Please enable cookies and retry your request" I thought this was strage because my privacy level is on low in my internet options. I set it to accept all cookies so that I could use the website but it still gives me the same message. I changed the level back to low since it didn't work, and tried clicking on the contact us link on the bottom to tell them about my problem. Unfortunatly I get the same message about cookies. I have no one to talk to or tell about this problem, so doesn anyone know how to fix this or can help me? :tazz:
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Please help me people. I have 29 emails from mypoints in my mailbox waiting for me to click on the link inside to get my 5 points. 5 Pointsan email and 29 emails and counting. Do the math. Some one please just write something, anything that might help!
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First, open IE and go to the website
hit CTRL+F5 to force a refresh of the website.

If that doesn't work then try clearing your history and temporary internet files.
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Please help me people.  I have 29 emails from mypoints in my mailbox waiting for me to click on the link inside to get my 5 points.  5 Pointsan email and 29 emails and counting. Do the math.  Some one please just write something, anything that might help!

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Please be patient when waiting for a reply. As you can see, we have a HUGE amount of people coming here for help every day, and we do our best to get to everyone as quickly as possible.
No one here will ever "just post something" unless we are sure it can help.
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First, open IE and go to the website
hit CTRL+F5 to force a refresh of the website.

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You don't need the CTRL. Just the f5 would do! Just thought of saying that! Itz easier!
Regards RockyIV
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On a web page, click tools, internet options, privacy, sites, enter the site address and click allow
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You don't need the CTRL. Just the f5 would do! Just thought of saying that! Itz easier!
Regards RockyIV

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The 2 keystrokes perform slightly different functions

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Nothing anyone said has helped me, so can someone just do me a favor and go to the contact us part of the website and post an email that I can write to about this?
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