Want my hotmail account back!

Discussion in 'Hotmail' started by SATAWILL, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. SATAWILL

    SATAWILL New Email

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    My hotmail account has been blocked for almost 6 weeks now; all my attempts to try and unblock it have so far been unsuccessful (filled out form many times, answering secret question, giving previous passwords, giving the subjects and email addresses of sent emails, etc - I keep getting the message that someone else is using my account, which is simply not true (I simply forgot to sign out of hotmail at my computer AND - without knowing this at the time - tried to access my account from another computer some 20 hours later: this could happen to anybody, really; it does not necessarily prove someone else is trying to access your account
    The address is salahtawill@hotmail.com
    Thanks a lot
     


  2. SATAWILL

    SATAWILL New Email

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    And what is windows' unique ID number for? The one you get when you first sign up with Windows Live? Why can't this be included in the validation procedure? I got mine sent to an alternative email address, so nobdy alive knows of it except me and the Hotmail validation staff, so why don't they ask me about it to verify ownership?

    SATAWILL
     

  3. popowich

    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Hi Satawill,

    Here is the best information available for trying to get back a Hotmail account:

    http://www.emailquestions.com/hotma...l-password-regain-control-hacked-account.html

    Are you sure that there isn't a spyware on your computer that's giving a 3rd party access to your account over and over again as you are changing the password and resetting your alternate email address and account reset information?

    :welcome: to Email Questions!
     

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