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12/31/2016 5:50 AM
 

Hi,

Is it possible to hide or not display the unverified account message on a specific page?

The page in question is a purchase page & I don't want to redirect or draw the users attention to verifying email when they are about to complete the purchase experience. Having said that, they do need to be logged in so information (like username) can be added to the purchase details.

Thanks

Todd

 
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