Bri Edwards


1AAA..... 'Wrong Verification Code'....[How to 'get around' the 'wrong verification code' message on poemhunter]


If, like me, you've had the problem: 'wrong verification code',
I have a suggestion for you. May I be so bold?
When on Poemhunter.com your message or comment fails to be sent,
and your frustration and anger at that failure you desperately need to vent,
just follow these steps, suggested to me by my wife most wise.
They should work or there's something wrong with my explanation, I'd surmise.

IF YOU DO YOUR TYPING, ENTER CODE, HIT 'SUBMIT' but GET THE 'DREADED MESSAGE',
do this, which YOU may have already figured out if you are of LESS AGE (than me) .
[If you keep on trying the original code, it will never work. Your time will be poorly spent.]
Go back one page to where your typing has been left.......Unsent.]

Then left click and HIGHLIGHT text; at edge of text (in white) right click and select COPY.
(I hope these instructions are clear enough for you. I hope they're not sloppy.)
Go back one page then, I believe, and do what's needed to find an empty box
in which to write a new message or comment; (my wife is crafty like a fox) :
left click in the 'empty box' and then right click and click on PASTE.

Your unsent text should now appear; (your time has not been a waste) .
You should now have a NEW verification code which never seems to fail.

Good Luck! !
p.s. I helped another poet learn to EDIT her poem so she could make a correction I suggested. I may write a poem about that, once the idea I've digested.

(Dec.2012)
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Submitted: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 26, 2012

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this is all true. i left out the part about me asking poemhunter.com for help months ago and receiving a response. but, not being too smart, i was unable to or didn't bother trying to do what they suggested. then came my wife's help. i have since (just yesterday) learned that one of my poet friends had a recent frustrating time because of 'wrong verification code' message and he 'lost' all he had typed (or, i suspect, he thought he had lost it and gave up as i have done in the past) .
FLASH! ! another poet has come to me with an easier method! !
1 from 'wrong v. code' page GO BACK
2 RIGHT CLICK NEXT TO the 'old' verification number; this will bring up
menu
3 on the menu (at least on this computer) find RELOAD and click it; this
will give you a NEW verification code to use. (if it doesn't, try
clicking reload again)
4 enter 'new' verif. code and hit submit
5 good luck

Comments about this poem (1AAA..... 'Wrong Verification Code'....[How to 'get around' the 'wrong verification code' message on poemhunter] by Bri Edwards )

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  • Valsa George (5/30/2013 11:27:00 AM)

    I must say that I am equally or more intelligent than your intelligent wife! (joking) I had found out this method much earlier! Initially I too had been equally frustrated! But to have composed a poem on it is something unthought of! !

    Interesting! ! (Report) Reply

  • Kanav Justa (12/19/2012 9:53:00 AM)

    well i wasted a lot of time doing that, , , plus i donot have wife (crafty like a fox) who could help me out with this, , , , when it used to happen, , in the starting i used to think that maebe, , i would have typed the wrng confirmation code, , , , but when it started to happen more often, , , i figured out, , , there is something wrong with poemhunter, , , , but anyways, , , couldnt have written a honest poem than this, , , and all thnks to wife, , , for saving our precious time, , , (Report) Reply

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