When registering a new account (without placing an order), WHMCS would normally allow the customer to do anything even without verifying their email address. With our module, after registration, they will be redirected to the page where they will have to click on the link and verify their email.
If the customer don't verify they CANNOT access any part of their account (except Support Tickets and client detail) until they have verified their email address.
If they do not verify their email address within X days, then their account will automatically be closed. Admin can also manual mark the email verify.
As part of WHMCS's standard procedure when a new customer orders a product/service then they will be asked to register before making the payment.
After they have registered, they will be asked to verify their email address before proceeding to make payment.
Once they have successfully verified their email address then they will be able to proceed to payment - and only then.
This module helps to stop many fraud emails but allows legitimate emails.
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Owned License and Source Code
When you purchase this module you get a
There is NO REFUND on source code or license version. If you have any questions or you are not sure about this module, you can email me
here or talk to us via our live chat. Also I will not knowingly provide our
services to websites using nulled WHMCS.
You will receive an email to verify your email address (NO FREE EMAIL ADDRESS). Orders are not processed if the email address has not been successfully verified. If our mails are rejected (bounced back), the Order will be deleted without notice.
If you signup with a nulled WHMCS, it be report to whmcs.com and fraudrecord.com. Make sure you signup with a valid email address from your Top level domain -- if not it will be placed and reported as a fraud.
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