Why does the verification process takes too long?

oauth
verification

#1

I applied for a developer api access account last November 2018 to use for research purposes especially on sentiments analysis. But up until now, the application is still under review. I already replied in the email for the reasons of usage of the API access and it was in December 2018. How long shall I wait? Because I need to present the result of my study this March and I cannot start it without an API access account. Please help me.


#2

Hi @marcolocco - we seem to have sent you an email on 10/30/2018 asking for more information that you haven’t yet responded to. Please respond to this email for your application to be processed.


#3

Hi Ms Aurelia. Thank you for responding. I already sent an email to you (Feb 6, 2019). Hope you received it. Thank you


#4

Hi @marcolocco - I don’t think we did receive the information you sent us. Please could you respond to the email we sent you on 10/30/2018 (make sure you directly reply to that email). If you no longer have that email, let us know and we can re-send it.


#5

Good morning Ms. Aurelia. Thank you for responding to my email. I am sorry If I have not respond on your email last October 30, 2018.

I applied for Twiiter API access for research purposes and academic purposes. I am a student in Doctor of Business Management specialized in Information Systems and enrolled in the course Data Mining. I am assigned to a topic Sentiments Analysis to based with my research proposal.

In my research, I will be needing tweets about public transportation infrastructure and services. I will collect it and analyze it in order to categorize the tweets and identify polarity classification.

I will also use Twitter API access for future research purposes in sentiments analysis and other text mining algorithms.

I hope that I my application will be approved.

Thank you.

Respectfully,

@marcolocco

Mark Van Buladaco


#6

Hi @marcolocco - you need to respond to that email directly (not here). I will tell the team to re-send the email. Please respond to it if you would like your application to be processed. Thanks


#7

Thank you for helping Ms Aurelia. I already responded with email I just received from Developer Accounts email.


#8

Hi @marcolocco - please respond to this email again (it looks like we never received your first response). Make sure to be detailed in your response and to answer all questions. Thanks.


#9

Hi Ms Aurelia. I responded again with the email I hope this time it is ok and they already received it because I am really worried with my research presentation. Thank you for helping me…


#10

We sent you an email to celticXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXlf@yahoo.com two days ago. Did you get the email and reply using the same email we sent you the message on?


#11

Hello Team,

Our organization has also applied for a developer account this week and replied to the email that was send 2 days ago. I would like to know if the email has been received. It is showing pending here and If there is anything I need to do.

Regards,
Mika Suzuki


#13

I can confirm we’ve received your email and have somebody working on it, Mika. We’ll make sure to keep you informed of any updates via email.


#14

Hi Hamza. Yes I did received it and replied many times because according to Ms Aurelia it was not received by you. Please help me. I can send a screenshot of my sent email to you if needed.


#15

Here is the screenshot of my 5th response in the email your team sent to me.


#16

I’ve communicated your issue to my team, Mark. Someone will reach out to you shortly.


#17

Hello again,

Is there anyway to accelerate the process. We have replied to the email and are waiting anxiously for the response.

We also send a follow up reply on the email requesting for more details.

The delay is affecting our business.

Would really appreciate a speedy review.

Best,
Mika


#19

I apologize for the inconvenience you’re experiencing, Mika. I’ll pass this information along to our team.


#21

Awesome,
Looking forward.

Thank you and apologies for the trouble.