We know what you're thinking;  "If I’m having these problems, I probably cannot log in."

True, but you’re here now and can remember this for the future when it happens.

First, make sure to save the email with your login details which will be emailed to you once your account is active.

If you are having trouble logging in, make sure to check that you are typing all the information correctly (check CAPS LOCK), as the Usernames and Passwords are case sensitive.

If you forget your password, click on the "Lost Password?" link on the login page, which you can see in the image below.

In the next window, enter your username or the email address you used when signing up.

You will receive a message that an email was sent to your email address with a link to reset your password.

After clicking on the link mentioned above, you will be directed to this page where you need to enter your new desired password.

After entering your new password and clicking the "Save" button, you will be taken back to the login page where a message will be displayed that your new password has been saved.

If this fails, clear your cache and cookies, or try with a new browser.

If this fails, then email me at admin@coretrader.co.uk

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