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Old 16 December 2006, 16:11   #11
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Can I ask a question if I may. Don't they send ay more the remider for payment? Or you have registered for the first time?
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Old 20 December 2006, 15:43   #12
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Can I ask a question if I may. Don't they send ay more the remider for payment? Or you have registered for the first time?
My understanding is that as long as you use the online version, either for application or renewal, that the ships licence is now free. Furthermore it does not require an annual re-application (and hence yearly fee). Good news


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Old 21 December 2006, 05:33   #13
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Finally got my letter, nothing in the letter except to say that you can now logon to the Ofcom site and complete you application.
That bit went ok but could not actually print the license out the link just took me to a blank page.
I rang the help number and got straight through to a helpful guy who told me to email the license No. and he would email me back with the license as an attached PDF. Sorted with 5 mins!
Apparently you only need to log on every 10 years to verify that nothing has changed or update the details if you move, sell boat or some other change has occured.
As Biggles says everything that matters is on the first page so I have laminated that to keep on board, not sure if that complies with the rule but it is better than 13 pages of paper mache.
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Old 27 December 2006, 12:47   #14
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Just spoke to guy at ofcom today after being unable to log in and It appears that some of the online applications have managed to loose the email address... Once he had added this back in I could then get access and change password etc.

Interesting point is that the User ID when logging in is not email address but the text after "REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION" on the letter you get back - clear as mud!
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Old 03 January 2007, 11:13   #15
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I called them and they are very helpful, plus doing it on line saves 20 quid. ask for Danella Taylor, she is switched on. cheers Jerry
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Old 12 April 2007, 13:00   #16
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Finally got my letter, nothing in the letter except to say that you can now logon to the Ofcom site and complete you application.
That bit went ok but could not actually print the license out the link just took me to a blank page.
I didn't get the letter, but rang and got my user-id
Now have call-sign and MMSI, but cannot download the licence - blank page and message that Internet explorer has blocked the download - click on downlkoad file, and nothing happens
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Old 13 April 2007, 03:05   #17
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I didn't get the letter, but rang and got my user-id
Now have call-sign and MMSI, but cannot download the licence - blank page and message that Internet explorer has blocked the download - click on downlkoad file, and nothing happens
I have the same problem and have switched my security off but its still not working. I still think this may be more Microsoft related than Ofcom though.

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I didn't get the letter, but rang and got my user-id
Now have call-sign and MMSI, but cannot download the licence - blank page and message that Internet explorer has blocked the download - click on downlkoad file, and nothing happens

Me to this morning so I called ofcom they tried to help by getting me to add them to my trusted sites but it doesn't work so the nice lady emailed the pdf file, all sorted

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Old 13 April 2007, 05:15   #19
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Just installed, and accessed the doc on the 1st attempt

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