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Can't complete missions

Postby UberCAKE » Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:18 pm

When I click on reply and then send for a mission email, I don't get a reply, no email confirming payment, no email saying the mission is incomplete, nothing, this only started happening after about 5 hours of gameplay (spread across 3(or 4) saves), I tried starting a new save and replying to a mission email, I only got a reply once, I tried replying to that mission email 12 times.
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Re: Can't complete missions

Postby lemmetellyou » Sat Feb 16, 2019 5:07 pm

Try re-installing and then saving again with your new email again.

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