Thanks. Maybe I should just do the create user in one test and verify it's there and then use a known user in all the other tests.
They don't have to be ordered, but it would be good to check the freshly created user and do everything the API allows using said user.
It's things like update their own info, order telephone numbers, send a fax, send an SMS, email to fax, make a call etc. etc.
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