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QUOTE(rickylee @ 31 Dec 2009, 11:24 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Marc does them all manually, he's normally pretty quick with them so it shouldn't be too long


Guess not this time round :-( , it was quick when I first joined a few hours I think. Urgently wanted to read some posts in the technical forum, but have since found what I needed on another ford owners forum. Just read the membership T&C's can take up to 14 days
, this sites not run from Whitehall is it...........
 

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QUOTE(Monkeeeey @ 1 Jan 2010, 07:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Guess not this time round :-( , it was quick when I first joined a few hours I think. Urgently wanted to read some posts in the technical forum, but have since found what I needed on another ford owners forum. Just read the membership T&C's can take up to 14 days
, this sites not run from Whitehall is it...........

When you renewed you ticked the box to state you understood that the process was a manual one and could take up to 96 hours.

Therefore, I am a little confused as to your problem.

Remember that Marc does have a life outside of this website (yes he really does
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QUOTE(Monkeeeey @ 1 Jan 2010, 07:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Guess not this time round :-( , it was quick when I first joined a few hours I think. Urgently wanted to read some posts in the technical forum, but have since found what I needed on another ford owners forum. Just read the membership T&C's can take up to 14 days
, this sites not run from Whitehall is it...........

As a suggestion to avoid this in future, you could have obviously have renewed 14 days before the expiry of your last Owner member package. We would have just added 14 days onto the 365 days

You have now been upgraded. Thanks
 
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