FIFA 21 is is just days away, but the Web App has been released so that players can make a start on their squads and open their welcome back packs. Some players are having issues logging in though. In case you’re having issues yourself, here’s everything you need to know about how to fix the no access to transfer market error on the FIFA 21 Web App.
When jumping onto the Web App, some players are coming across various messages, all of which are along the same lines. Thankfully, EA Sports has a piece all about it which runs through why exactly it’ll be appearing. We’ll have the details down below.
How to Fix No Access to Transfer Market Error in FIFA 21 Web App
If you see this error – “your account has not earned access to the Transfer Market on the Web and Companion apps yet” – it’s because you didn’t play FIFA 20 with the same account that you’re trying to use the Web App with.
The only thing you can do is buy and play FIFA 21 on console, then wait for your transfer market status to change. You can expect it to take a few days to come into action, so you’ll miss the time before the game launches on EA Access.
If you see this error – “your account has been blocked from using the Transfer Market on the Web and Companion apps due to breaking our rules” – it’s because you’ve broken some rules with your previous transfer market use and your account has been banned from using the Web App for FIFA 21.
You can see all of the things to avoid doing here, but they all involve not doing things like buying and selling coins, using bots to buy items on the transfer market, and hacking accounts.
However, this error will still allow you to use the transfer market on console, so log into that. You’ll also have received an email to the EA Account associated with the account you’re trying to log into that’ll run down the steps for you to follow to fix the error.
Finally, if you see this error – “your account has been blocked from using the Transfer Market due to breaking our rules” – it is because you’ve broken the serious rules and your account has been banned fully, whether that be on console or the web app.
You will have been sent an email with steps to follow, but the likelihood is that you’ve been banned and there’s not a lot you’ll be able to do about it.
That’s everything you need to know about how to fix the no access to transfer market error on the FIFA 21 Web App. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our wiki guide or search for Twinfinite. We have also listed some other helpful guides on the game down below.
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