At the bottom of "my account page" there is a skeleton sign and written beside it is "contains violations" then within bracket it's written check it now. As I click through it then it says "processing" with ETA 1 minute.
What does it mean?
Is it necessary to check frequently?
It seems complicated, kindly help.
Thanks in advance.
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Thanks for your response, sofs.
I went through the forum thread but sorry to say after an hour too it did not work. Till an hour it showed processing ETA: 1 minute. Then, I felt restless and I switched over to something else. Waiting endlessly is not an answer. What to do next?
When it shows "processing", 'refresh' the webpage. Hope it will be alright then.
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