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Been a while since I checked the AARP forums. Very sorry that you lost your job because this country no longer respects religion as anything important.  Hopefully you still have not gotten the jab but have managed to find gainful employment.  Approxi...
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Great!  I don't have a phone available all the time, so provide seniors like me the ability to receive our multi-factor authentication code via our email address, which you have on file.  This is a common option for other organizations. It will solve...
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So, let me translate what you said: Dear senior, you may be on a fixed income, and not able to buy a separate phone that will actually allow you to access the AARP website at all times, but that's not our problem. We are not adding an "obtain-access-...
STLmember 05-26-2021 04:20 PM
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But you realize that one day you will have no choice. This means you must not only provide your phone number, but you must always have your phone handy when accessing the AARP website. If you're accessing via cell phone, that may not be an issue for ...
STLmember 11-03-2020 06:27 AM
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I understand why some sites, such as banks, require multi-factor authentication. It helps prevent someone who somehow acquired my login credentials from getting into a site and actually accessing my money or whatever. However, I fail to understand wh...
STLmember 11-03-2020 06:22 AM
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Been a while since I checked the AARP forums. Very sorry that you lost your job because this country no longer respects religion as anything important.  Hopefully you still have not gotten the jab but have managed to find gainful employment.  Approxi...
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Great!  I don't have a phone available all the time, so provide seniors like me the ability to receive our multi-factor authentication code via our email address, which you have on file.  This is a common option for other organizations. It will solve...
STLmember 06-01-2021 04:36 PM
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So, let me translate what you said: Dear senior, you may be on a fixed income, and not able to buy a separate phone that will actually allow you to access the AARP website at all times, but that's not our problem. We are not adding an "obtain-access-...
STLmember 05-26-2021 04:20 PM
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But you realize that one day you will have no choice. This means you must not only provide your phone number, but you must always have your phone handy when accessing the AARP website. If you're accessing via cell phone, that may not be an issue for ...
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I understand why some sites, such as banks, require multi-factor authentication. It helps prevent someone who somehow acquired my login credentials from getting into a site and actually accessing my money or whatever. However, I fail to understand wh...
STLmember 11-03-2020 06:22 AM
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Been a while since I checked the AARP forums. Very sorry that you lost your job because this country no longer respects religion as anything important.  Hopefully you still have not gotten the jab but have managed to find gainful employment.  Approxi...
STLmember 01-27-2022 02:19 PM
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Great!  I don't have a phone available all the time, so provide seniors like me the ability to receive our multi-factor authentication code via our email address, which you have on file.  This is a common option for other organizations. It will solve...
STLmember 06-01-2021 04:36 PM
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So, let me translate what you said: Dear senior, you may be on a fixed income, and not able to buy a separate phone that will actually allow you to access the AARP website at all times, but that's not our problem. We are not adding an "obtain-access-...
STLmember 05-26-2021 04:20 PM
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But you realize that one day you will have no choice. This means you must not only provide your phone number, but you must always have your phone handy when accessing the AARP website. If you're accessing via cell phone, that may not be an issue for ...
STLmember 11-03-2020 06:27 AM
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I understand why some sites, such as banks, require multi-factor authentication. It helps prevent someone who somehow acquired my login credentials from getting into a site and actually accessing my money or whatever. However, I fail to understand wh...
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