We're sorry that you're experiencing trouble accessing Walker Tracker. Some possible reasons for this could be:
Your username and password are included in the welcome email that you received when you signed up.
If you no longer remember your password, try requesting a new password.
When you reset your password, an email will be sent to the address registered in your account. The email contains two steps: First click on the link to activate your new password, then use the new password provided in the email to log in.
Please check to make sure that you're logging in with the username that you signed up with. Your username and password are included in the welcome email that you received when you signed up. Also note: You can sign in with the email address you signed up with and your password if you've forgotten your username.
If you've forgotten your username, you can recover it by clicking on the 'Forgot password/username?' link on the login page. When you reset your password, an email will be sent to the address registered in your account. It will start with "Hi [username]".
If the login page reverts you back to the login page after registering, or if otherwise you're having trouble logging you, you may need to clear your cookies.
Try clearing the cache and cookies in your browser - here's a tutorial on how to do so by Google.
Note: This page will have attempted to reset your Walker Tracker cookies, so you might try logging in now to see if it works.
What's a web browser? This website will help: whatbrowser.org
Try logging into your Walker Tracker account with a different browser (if this works, there may be some security settings in the first browser that are preventing the site from working).
Here are a few recommended browsers links
Updating your browser can improve both your experience on Walker Tracker, as well as your whole Internet experience.
Browsers we support are:
IE 6.0*, 7.0 and 8.0
* We are phasing out support for IE 6, and strongly encourage you to try another web browser. See Microsoft's own effort to migrate people off of IE 6.