Would like to have my password again. I don't have my old e-mail anymore, so I can't see the e-mail to recover password. please could you send me the link to this email: email@example.com My lo
I would like to have my password again. I don't have my old e-mail anymore, so I can't see the e-mail to recover password. please could you send me the link to this email: firstname.lastname@example.org My login on fotolog is zinupl
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Feroza. Loosing a password is as bad as loosing the only key to your front door. Loosing equals forgotten. Facebook has a lot of ways to recover your account, but you should have left at least one email account where you still have access to, before you last connected to FB.
They even can send a reset pass word code to one of the first e-mail addresses you used to verify you were a real person and not a bot. Remember you had to open a mail and send back a number, or click a link while setting up your account.
I'm not sure you tried to get help from Facebook, but if not, go to this page and see if anything fits your situation, to recover your account. Facebook Help Center Facebook
If FB can\'t help, nobody else can. Your account is yours as long as you can keep your password safe. someone tried to hijack my email address, by sending mails something was wrong with my account and to make sure they could set things right I had to send them my password. If I had answered those mails I would have lost my account for sure.
If you try to make an account with your account name, and FB says it is already in use, and you don\'t have the password. you can be sure you can\'t access it anymore. FB will not kick the current user out of the account.
Perhaps the account could be accessed by you, if you only knew what password you gave it.
To make sure someone is using it. try someone to become friends with your account name and look who is answering.
First of all, never use your official mail id as your social networking sign up mail. When you leave the company,you cannot receive your notifications from Facebook since that company mail id would be non-functional then.
Now,Have you forgotten you Password? Then it would be hard unless your old company has not blocked your mail-id. If your pioneeris mail id is still accessible,you can go to your new Facebook account by using 'Forgot Password' link in the main page of Facebook and following the steps detailed there.
Or else, create new account. If you are using the same computer, my guess is Facebook generates suggested friends using your IP or something. I'm not sure here. But when I deleted my FB account just for knowing how it happens and signed up with other mail id, i was surprised to see my old friends coming up in suggestions.
I can realise that connecting with people and explaining them what happened is a painful process,but in future,make sure you create Facebook account with your personal mail id and keep a strong yet easy to remember Password.
Try the forgot password link on the yahoo page it should send you a code to reset your password.
If you don't have an alternate e-mail it may just be better to create a new one.
Hope this helps!
I think you left your account unsigned out and some one accessed it. After which he/she changed your account settings or information (password and security question).
But remember that when you signed up (originally), you were asked to insert a back up e-mail address. Do you remember it? Go to it (in the account info or settings) if he/she never changed it, you will be able to access his/her new password entry. If you use it and it opens, please change immediately. You can then sign up for a new e-mail address and send all your mails there, then redirect all the e-mails to your old account to your new account. Don't use this old e-mail as your contact while opening up a new one.
However, if some one changed even your contact e-mail used during signing up, then you wont be able to again access the old account. Some one could have hacked into your account.
You cannot delete the account if you can't logon to the profile. You have to logon go to my account and deactivate the account. Since you can not login, sending a mail to the support team may be your best bet. Have you tried to use the recover password to see if you can recover you password for the account?