How do I access my murder mystery

I purchased a mystery from you and the amount of $45.58 was removed from my master card account on November 17th.

I do not yet have any correspondence from you telling me how to access my game or giving acknowledging receipt of payment.

My response:

Hi - sorry, I have no idea which game you bought as you bought the game from the publisher's website. (You may have clicked through from my site, but the actual purchase didn't take place at great-murder-mystery-games.com and I'm not a party to the transaction.)

So you need to contact the publisher - and give them as much information as you can about your purchase so that they can verify it.

I can drop them a line if you like - however, I need to know which game it was that you purchased. You can tell me in the comments.

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