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#1 andy_carver

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 12:04 AM

HAving probs creating an AOL Acount

https://new.aol.com/
the link from here https://new.aol.com/freeaolweb/?ncid=snsusw...p;icid=snstest8
which leads to here https://new.aol.com/freeaolweb/?ncid=snsusw...p;icid=snstest8

https://my.screenname.aol.com/_cqr/login/lo...p;seamless=novl

goes to here https://new.aol.com/freeaolweb/?ncid=snsusw...p;icid=snstest8

here l=http://dashboard.aim.com/aim
links to https://reg.my.screenname.aol.com/_cqr/regi...CclT2MAAA%3D%3D

https://intlreg.aol.com/onswrpweb/Controlle...492&lang=en


NONE OF WHICH WORK

Either a blank page after submit or the form resets

Please advise on how to obtain an AOL Account

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 12:12 AM

Have you tried going through AOL Help?

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