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I accidently deleted my gamertag that has Xbox live in it

I accidently deleted my gamertag that has Xbox Live and my saved achievements in it and I don't know how to get it back. When I try to recover it, it says that my password or email is wrong and that my dad said that his email was kennykha@aol.com and that he lets me use it for my email but he said that he doesn't know if it's a real email or not and I don't think it is because I tried but nothing happened so I wonder can you help me and give me my gamertag back. My gamertag is Cobra2246 (And it looks exactlylike how I typed it for you) and that I have an email now and it is kennypham2246@yahoo.com. If you have the solution, please let me know. From- Kenny Pham

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  • kennypham224 Jul 13, 2009

    my dad doesn't know if he did or not and that he's not even sure if the email is real or not!

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