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MR decision full of emojis

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Sumi
Sumi Community member Posts: 15 Listener
So this is my decision letter from a UC mr I submitted recently. Are they having a laugh? 

I’m aware this could be how my phone, a Samsung, is reading the letter header but if that’s the case it is an accessibility issue surely? 
I only use my phone to access my UC account and don’t have any other option so how do I tell what text was meant to be here? Or if it was indeed just a decision letter full of emojis? 

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  • cazza6565
    cazza6565 Community member Posts: 93 Courageous
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    Your the 3rd person with that I have seen in past few days. All of them same emojis
  • calcotti
    calcotti Community member Posts: 10,010 Disability Gamechanger
    edited October 2021
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    Presumably some sort of coding issue - I wonder whether it only happens when viewed on certain devices/platforms.
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