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Hello There, I have not been able to acces IG from Indonesia for 2 days. Why is that? I am Australian resident and taxpayer caught overseas and I have tried multiple platroms, browsers and PCs. all cannot reach IG.com. The only way to access is a roundabout way thruogh pc at my brothers in Oz. Please fix quickly or I'm moving. regards Myke

 

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It's not allowed in Indonesia, Mashallah!

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Well I have been trading from Indonesia for 8 years , then suddenly its turned off.

How does that work?

cheers Myke

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17 minutes ago, myke said:

Well I have been trading from Indonesia for 8 years , then suddenly its turned off.

How does that work?

cheers Myke

 

The ways of Allah are mysterious.

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I'm in Indo as well. Using NordVPN. Can recommend it.

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13 hours ago, DSchenk said:

I'm in Indo as well. Using NordVPN. Can recommend it.

Yep 🤓

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