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Jerusalem MRV FEE, Receipt Number??

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Crazy question here for those familiar with using the Israeli postal bank and paying the MRV Fee.

Which set of numbers do we type to confirm we have paid the fee, so we can schedule the interview.

The employee at the post bank said our receipt numbers were on the right corner, are these the numbers we type in to confirm payment has been made.

We cannot read the receipt it is Hebrew and Arabic.

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Ok well I found someone through a friend who could read Hebrew and they solved the problem for me.

For future reference those going through Israeli Postal Bank, Do not use the receipt number, use the MRV Fee number as your code. We were told incorrectly to use the receipt number. :angry::angry::angry: :angry: :angry::angry::angry::angry: Three wasted days waiting for receipt number to work when is was different set of number altogether. :girlwerewolf2xn::girlwerewolf2xn::girlwerewolf2xn::girlwerewolf2xn:

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