check your spam box for wf password

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I was pretty much freaked out , when i wasnt getting my wf password for over half an hour. Anyway , it did land in my spam box and strangely on page 2 . Anyway , after that , it took 15 minutes for password to land in my email.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jared Alberghini
    Thanks for that info ankur,

    I have had many of my customers that have emailed me not receive my direct reply emails... very frustrating...

    Does anyone else find spam filters are getting out of hand?

    - Jared
    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      WOW, and I thought it was me with gmail! Thanks! I am LUCKY I even checked!


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