SSL Certificate

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My domain is: www.aflaundryservice.com

I ran this command: www.aflaundrysevice.com

It produced this output: it came out unsecured

My web server is (include version): Google my business

The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): Not sure

My hosting provider, if applicable, is: Google my business

I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): I don’t know

I’m using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel): No

The version of my client is (e.g. output of certbot --version or certbot-auto --version if you’re using Certbot): Not sure

Please, how do I get Let’s Encrypt on my website? I contacted Google my business already and they asked me to come here to get an SSL Certificate. Please, I need help.

Do you have a screenshot?
[(almost) everything looks good at this end]

Although the site does not appear to have mixed content I did find these entries:

<head><base href="http://business.google.com:443/">
"http://business.google.com:443/website/a-f-laundry-service-llc/"

and I see this message when connecting to it securely:

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Thank you for your kind reply. This is the Screenshot. See what it says at the left corner of the tab, - “Not Secure”. And Google my business I bought the domain and the website from can’t fix it.

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The HTTP sites are not forwarded to the HTTPS sites.
If you put (either)
https://aflaundryservice.com/
https://www.aflaundryservice.com/
They do show locks.

All you need to do is forward to HTTPS.

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How do I do that Sir? because if I give the website to potential customers, I will give www.aflaundryservice.com and I may not, in fact I will not be able to be telling them to add https://

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You don’t have to tell the customer anything more than you already do.
The forwarding happens on the site itself.
You need to ask Google how to forward your site from HTTP to HTTPS.
[you already have a certificate]
As an example…
Try:
http://google.com/
And see what happens.

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Google is impossible to contact. I have been talking to them in the last week and they keep bouncing me from their domain department to their Google my business. I am so tired right now and they even ask me to come here and get an SSL Certificate for my website and I still can’t find how to do here. I am more confused now and tired.

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You already have a certificate - that was bad direction on their part.
Too funny!
The cert was provided by them:

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There are four potential ways to reach your site:

http://aflaundryservice.com/
http://www.aflaundryservice.com/
https://aflaundryservice.com/
https://www.aflaundryservice.com/

They ALL work.
What you need is the HTTP sites to forward to the HTTPS sites (same name).
Only your hosting provider can help you with that.

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