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An error opening PRT



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It appears that I have the same issue that others have too. It's been second day I can not use PRT on my demo account because the trial version has expired. So when trying to open it on my live account it shows an error. @JamesIG @WillA Please may I ask for an advise. Thank you

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Hey Edgaras,

In order to activate PRT on your Demo account it has to be enabled first on your Live account. 

You need £30 on your live account to activate PRT.

I have sent you an email explaining this.

All the best,


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