Earlier today I went to activate the ebay programme. I started filling in the 'read terms and conditions' boxes and clicked submit, when it asked me to provide my phone number to give the verification code. I didn't want to do this, so decided not to bother signing up to the programme and left the page.
Later today, I went to publish a hub, but when I clicked 'publish' it insisted that I give my phone number again. I didn't have to do this before I tried to sign up to the ebay programme, but now I can't publish hubs.
What can I do?
Can anyone help with advice on this, I can see why Vitallani is concerned about giving her phone number.
Can anyone Please help I got the same problem as Vitallani...
Why they are asking for phone number before publishing...
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