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2 hours ago, Guest Samuel said:

I was open account about i don't see my account number how can I do to know my account number 

Hey Samuel, 

If you have an open account you can find the account numbers on the MyIG page> Dashboard. I have covered mine in red rectangles so you can see where they will be on your account. 

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I hope this help. Let me know if you need anything else by quoting my post :)

Charlotte 

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