Why don't I see the "Get Started" or "Learn More" button on YouTube?

Why don't I see the "Get Started" or "Learn More" button on YouTube?

If you have no "Get Started" button on youtube (previously "Learn More") and have applied more than 5 days prior feel free to open a ticket here at support. A ticket can be opened by pressing the "Submit a request" button on the top of this page, if you are logged out.

This is what you will see when we send an invitation to your channel:


More info:

NOTE: This is a separate account from your Freedom dashboard account. Do not attempt to log in with the same credentials as our support and dashboard do not share the same login details.

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