Question about Amazon Stores
Amazon asks me to allow cookies, and doesn't let me log in, the problem is that cookies are allowed on my computer, I don’t know what to do, please help me.
I had the same problem. Tried everything and ended up fixing it by changing the clock to the correct time and date.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
I had the same problem and changed the date and time on my internet clock to the correct date and from there I was able to get into amazon and use there checkout . Go figure. So check your date and time settings on your computer clock. It may be the problem. My date said March 2009 when it was still February 2009. the time on my clock was off by an hour also. I guess I was in back to the future mode LOL
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
I did what another poster said. Check the date / time on your computer. Mine was off by a month. Fixed it and Amazon let me in
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Your cookies have become corrupt, go to IExplorer>tools>internet options, then click on delete button on browsing history, and delete each option, you should then get in.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
No, all that is too complicated and most of it doesn't work. This is the answer that forces a fix, in IE11. Click the "Tools" menu item at the top. Select "Internet Options" at the bottom of the drop down menu. Click on "Sites", which opens a list of your preferences for preferred safe or blocked sites. There's a little white text entry window with "Block" and "Allow" buttons on the right. Read carefully, because this is important and confusing. The "Blocked" button starts out highlighted. Leave it alone. Put your cursor in the white text entry window, click to select it, and enter "amazon.com", without the quotes. DO NOT put in the https or WWW, etc. Now bring your cursor over the "Allow" button and it will be highlighted. Left siingle click it and the window text will disappear, but amazon.com has gone into the "allowed" list below, after you click "O.K.". But the special thing that has happened here is that Amazon has become a trusted site and, specifically, cookies from that site will be accepted no matter what. The instructions at the top tell you this. Now go back to Amazon, shop, and spend money happily. The bogus "enable cookies" message is history. And you can access your Amazon account and all other features again. Oh yes, Microsoft's website has wrong answers and has locked the subject, to avoid getting the right one.
Posted on Dec 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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