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How do you purchase an exam voucher in Canada?

 
Kasey Tritt
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Help! Does anyone know how to purchase an exam voucher in Canada?
This is really strange, I start off at this link:
http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/register/index.html
It says in the United States, you can purchase an exam voucher by calling (800) 422-8020.
Ok, I'm in Canada, so I need to locate my local office which brings me to this link:
http://suned.sun.com/CA/
and that leads me to:
http://suned.sun.com/CA/certification/register/index.html
and that link would lead me to really no where like a endless loop ie. in US call this number, other countries goto endless loop.
Does anyone know how to purchase an exam voucher in Canada?
Thanks.
 
Thomas Paul
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It's the price you pay for living in an igloo!
Call this number and ask them: (800) 422-8020
 
Rasri Anand
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The number 1-800 422-8020 is for both US and Canada. If you call them at this number and tell them that you are in Canada, I think they will charge your credit card accordingly.
 
Kasey Tritt
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Thanks to all for the replies.
I haven't call Sun yet but if what is said is correct then they should change the wording in their web site as follows:
Purchase an exam voucher from your local Sun Educational Services office. In the United States and Canada, you can purchase an exam voucher by calling (800) 422-8020. If you reside outside of the United states and Canada, please contact your local Sun Educational Services office.
Additionally, they should remove Canada from http://suned.sun.com/HQ/global_contacts/ since people from Canada would call the toll free number rather than contacting the local Sun Educational Services office.
Likewise, they should perhaps remove this page http://suned.sun.com/CA/ which comes from the above global contacts page. It would seem to have the same content as the US page, which can confuse as it was in this case.
At least the igloo is anthrax free.
 
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