iOS Enrollment Fax question

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by jAuriya, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. jAuriya macrumors newbie

    Apr 23, 2009
    Hello everyone!

    I have looked at all the categories but since the iOS Developer enrollment falls under..well, the development on an iPhone/iPod Touch I thought this would be the best place to post it, if I'm wrong, please delete/move the thread.

    Monday I signed up for the iOS Development and paid the price. However I have used my fiance's credit card since I'm expecting my own card back in a week or so (magnet strip was borked.)

    But since my name I gave for my account did not match the one on the credit card used they had problems verifying my "identity".
    Now I have to fax a document back, which I have already done, but I have a question about it after all, just in case my worry is correct.

    They asked me to fax the document to: +1 (408) 862-1519
    Since I don't have a Fax I'm using PamFax to fax my document.
    However after having entered +14088621519 (which PamFax is showing is the US) I get the name "Snjs West" between 2 brackets. Is this the place Apple would be (where I'm faxing it to?)

    Googling the name doesn't help much, I live in Sweden so I know as good as nothing about the US or it's area names.

    If someone else had to go through this, and perhaps could verify I faxed my document to the right place, I'd be very, very grateful!

    PamFax screenshot:

    Enrollment mail screenshot:

    Knowing the speed Apple handles things, I'm not expecting a quick handling on my document, but at least I want to be sure I faxed it to the right place.
    I hope I did!

    Anyway, sorry if this is a wrong area to post this, if it is let me know and I'll delete the thread, or a mod can. :)

    Kind Regards,
  2. ulbador macrumors 68000


    Feb 11, 2010
    That means it's a number in West San Jose (a large city in California). Probably pretty accurate for Apple.
  3. jAuriya thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 23, 2009
    Hello again!

    Apparenly the document I faxed back was not correct.
    I sent a copy of my passport.

    The reply I got was this;

    What would a notarized (certified notary public signature and seal) or solicitor certified photocopy of the documentation be exactly?

    I don't have a drivers license/etc, so I believe my passport was the best thing I could send to id myself?
  4. dejo Moderator


    Staff Member

    Sep 2, 2004
    The Centennial State
    Take a copy of your passport to a notary public (and have them notarize it) or to a solicitor (and have them certify it). Then fax that back to Apple.
  5. chown33 macrumors 604

    Aug 9, 2009
    Sailing beyond the sunset
    Maybe it would be simpler to wait for your own credit card.

    Unless you need something right now that you can only get from the paid part of the developer program, it seems to me that waiting until you can do it with the least effort is time well spent.

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