@Erin B wrote:
Thanks for that, I'm sure. I haven't been on upwork in a while though, and my picture's been the same for a long time. Apparently that wasn't the rule when I first uploaded it.
Yes, your last job was in 2014, and at that time it was the rule as well, but not strictly enforced unless they stumbled upon it
It *is* a dead cute rabbit!
I'm new to upwork. Please I can't get my i.d. verified. I tried uploading, and I believe I met all the parameters, but it's saying I've exceeded the maximum limit of trying to upload my i.d., and I can't even bid for jobs. Please help!
Hello Avery or any other support team member,
I am also having the same problem and experiencing the same message. I've tried to upload my photo ID and have been blocked from trying further. I'm getting the same message to contact customer support. Please help! Thank you.
The same thing happened to me. It doesn't even mention if it's a temporary or permanent hold, just that it's for the safety of the marketplace? Just because it didn't recognize my ID in the picture...
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