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You would have used the same email id for creating that new account. This will keep on redirecting you to your personal account. If you want to create Facebook page, then you can use the same id and the page will be linked to your personal account. But, if you want to create seperate Facebook profile, then you have to use different email address for signing up.

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You don't have to go thru all that trouble to get rid of your personal information. First just create a new user account with administrative rights that the person who is getting your computer will use. After you create the new user account reboot the computer and log on with the new account you created. Then Delete your old user account. It will delete all your documents, music, pictures, videos.

Click Start/Control Panel/User Accounts then create the new user account with Administrative Rights (not limited).

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No, PayPal does not work with Money Orders.

PayPal is an online account where people can send and receive money from each other. Specifically, think of PayPal as kind of like a Western Union Terminal in which you have control. For example, before PayPal existed if Person No. 1 wanted to send Person No. 2 money immediately they'd go to Western Union and have it wired. Now, with PayPal Person #1 would send Person #2 funds from their PayPal account.

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you can open your own hotmail account by browing to www.hotmail.com

I personally prefer www.gmail.com

your request (while not clear) sounds like you want to use the mail hack hotmail account password thing.

It doesnt work. So leave it be.

You want to scratch around in another persons personal e-mail...also : Leave it.

the reason they have a password for you not to access it is because they dont want you to access it.

If they wanted you to see it they would have given you the password.

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How do i change a personal facebook account, with a Business Name, to a Business type account?


Fro my research on your topic it seems a lot of people have had the same problem. I also read that Facebook took this feature option away.
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Want to set up a business presence on Facebook but don’t want to have a personal presence? No problem! A little known feature of Facebook is the ability to create business accounts. However if you already have a personal account, keep in mind that you cannot create a separate business account. However if you would like to avoid setting up a personal account and would like to keep things professional, you can take a few steps to get things configured.

From the business account you will be able to manage Facebook advertising campaigns as well as Facebook Pages. In order to get your business account set up, all you’ll need to do is create a Facebook Ad or create a Facebook Page. After you’ve created the page or advertisement, Facebook will ask you to enter your login information or the option to select “I do not have a Facebook account”. At that point all you need to do is enter your business email address and date of birth. That’s it! Now you have a business account on Facebook. One thing that you should keep in mind is that if you have a personal account and go through this process, there is a very good chance Facebook will shut down both accounts. In other words: don’t create multiple accounts. I have received multiple emails from people that don’t want to set up personal accounts though so for those individuals that have not explored Facebook, you can proceed to set up a business account.
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How do i close another persons account?


To what website?

Just about every website you go to on their main page they will have a contact us link somewhere on the main page. You will need to have this persons personal information and call them. Explain to them who are you are, and why you want to close that persons account.

You may have some trouble though with this. A persons account on any website belongs to the person who created it.
It may not possible without the consent of the real owner, and proof the real owner wants this done.

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