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Topic # 242438 28-Oct-2018 18:34
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Been trying to get my realme renewed as it was about to expire. However when trying to contact them witha question, by filling in the form at https://www.realme.govt.nz/contact-us/enquire-online/ I get the following error. I have tried this in moth firefox and chrome, and have the same problem. Never had this problem before with other websites. Anyone had similar problems? They don't have a normal email address to contact them on either apart from one for business enquiries.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2115558 28-Oct-2018 18:40
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Working with me (Chrome / Firefox on Arch Linux).

 

 

 

 

Thanks.  I wonder if it because I pasted a URL into the contact form, and they may think it is spam. Although just tried it again without the URL and same error. Think I will just send it to the business email address. 


 
 
 
 


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Are you using adblockers, cookie crunchers (i.e. blocking them) etc etc etc?

 

 

 

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