Where can I find the verification code to verify my email address?
We will be sending your code via email, so please check the inbox for the address you provided.
Please allow up to 10 minutes for your code to arrive.
I’ve waited but there’s still no email. What do I do now?
First, refresh your email inbox.
If you still don’t see it, check your spam folder and any other folders in your inbox. Sometimes administrative emails can end up there by accident.
If it’s not in your sorted folders, please double-check the email address you typed into Stash and make sure it is correct and typo-free.
If you still haven’t received the email, you can resend it from the app under Settings & Security in the Account tab.
Please note: The first verification link will no longer be able to be used.
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