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WordPress Woo Commerce My Account Sign Out Loop Issse

I've created an online store using mystile and woo commerce. Customers are able to create an my account to check their orders, update billing/shipping addresses and etc. However, when they sign out, i get this word press logout notice and asks if you really want to log out, when I click log out, it goes back to My Account. It goes on a loop. the end point is [customer-logout] but its not going to that page.

Here is the link and you can create your own account to test for yourself. Please help.

http://kolapasuperfood.com/

To navigate to the registration, click My Account which is located on top of Kolapa Logo to sign up.

The current version of Woo Commerce is Version 2.4.7

and Word Press is 4.3.1

Please help me, thanks in advanced.

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Woo has it's own support system.
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These are the plugins that i have

Akismet
Contact Form
Google Doc Embedder
Hello Dolly
Jetpack by WordPress.com
Magic Action Box
Open External Links In New Windows
Social Media Feather
WooCommerce

Tell me which ones could be causing a problem?

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(NT) Woo knows better than me. That's a pile of plugins.

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