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Q: why can't receive my telephone access code?

I have tried about 5 times to create my resume but I am always blocked from proceeding because I can't receive the telephone code to continue. I have checked and re-checked my telephone number, that is not the problem (15864213060)


14 weeks 4 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

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It's most likely software problem ...

I've never tried or posted CV here. I changed the tunes a bit ... when I sent an Intro letter to the individual job offers, I wrote on the bottom:


"Please, reply to my email address and I will forward you CV with my photo and all required documents attached as files."


With this sentence at the end of your Intro letter, you'll stop thinking about 'posting CV here and phone-code-numbers', and you'll just wait for the employers reply.


 A: "Why do you have smart-phone, anyway?"


 B: "Because, I am not smart enough!" 



I don't have or use   smarter-phone ever, 'cause ... ?? 

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