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Paid deposit and sent email, got 2 emails back

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I paid my $500 deposit today and sent the email informing the University that I did as the acceptance letter instructs. 

When I sent my email I got 2 emails from ask.Uwindsor support. One saying "thank you for submitting a question to Windsor support" and the other telling me I have to set up an ask.uwindsor support account.

Is this normal? I sent my email to [email protected] like the letter states. 

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Hmm. Wasn't quite how they did it back in my day, but you do have to set those things up very early on and they'll start providing you with important info.

I know Windsor's trying to go very techy, so umm ... do as the email says. And congrats. It's a great school and you'll have an amazing time.

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I paid my deposit yesterday and recieved the exact same two emails, so it seems as though this may be the norm for this year. See you in the fall!

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To those who paid in the last few days- has your student account been updated to reflect that?

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5 minutes ago, Shoober said:

To those who paid in the last few days- has your student account been updated to reflect that?

I paid Monday evening and my account was updated this afternoon.

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I paid my deposit on Monday and my status on uWin says 'Deposit Paid' as of today - They did not respond to my email though.

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Anyone know if paying the deposit for the Dual JD is the same? it's also due June 1st, but it does not say that i need to send an email confirming or anything! 

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