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Getting the same error, figured i'd comment cause I was thinking the worst and figured others might also, seems to be affecting at least 2 users it seems so likely affects more, too bad the one day IG is out of office is the day this **** happens

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A couple of potential reasons:

- Sometimes cookies get messed up and it not possible to complete the log in. Google "clean cookies [your browser]" to find out how to do it, and be sure to select Everything (or all time) on the time range to clear.

- The other reason is that IG usually goes into maintenance mode on Friday evenings (I think usually after midnight UK time). But I think the message is usually a bit clearer when this happens.

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