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To address this issue, you can open tui.click link in a new incognito/private window, or follow these steps.
- Open Chrome Settings.
- In the Privacy and security section, click on Site Settings.
- Click on Cookies and site data.
- In Allow section, click Add.
- Copy and paste “[*.]tui.click” and click Add.
- Under See all cookies and site data, search for tui.click, and remove all cookies.
- Reload Chrome.
- Open the Firefox Options menu.
- On the left, select Privacy & Security.
- Under Cookies and Site Data click on Manage Permissions.
- Copy and paste “https://tui.click” and click Allow.
- Then copy and paste “http://tui.click” and click Allow.
- Click Save Changes.
- Next, click on Manage Data.
- Search for “tui.click” and select Remove All Shown.
- Click Save Changes and confirm in the pop-up window by clicking Remove.
- Reload Firefoxt.
- Open Safari Preferences from the drop-down menu in the navigation bar or by typing Cmd + , (⌘,).
- Click the Privacy tab and make sure that “Cookies and website data” is set to either “Always allow” or “Allow from websites I visit”.
- Click on Manage Website Data to see all locally stored website data.
- Search for “tui.click” and remove all cookies.
- Reload Safari.
If you are running any privacy extensions such as Ghostery or Privacy Badger, make sure to add tui.click as a trusted website.