Hey forum members I'm 18 and just finished high school in Sydney, Australia. I decided to convert one of my HTML5 canvas-based games to work with the Intel AppUp platform, since this platform had the perfect target devices (netbooks). However, the validation required a certificate from a company called Comodo. I sent copies of my drivers license and bank statement as proof of ID, however, they INSIST I send a phone bill IN MY OWN NAME, which I absolutely cannot do since I LIVE WITH MY PARENTS. My father had offered to send a signed declaration but the support staff of Comodo haven't accepted this solution. I'm genuinely interested in being a part of this ecosystem, but if the validation process hasn't been adjusted to allow people in my situation ('bedroom coders' and the like) to join, I can't help but wonder if that will severely limit the potential of the AppUp program. Appreciate any help, this situation should logically not exist in the first place!
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