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Someone stole my phone and I can't access my phone number or recovery email whatdo I do

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SOURCE: someone has stole my yahoo

contact yahoo with this problem and inform them of the security breach. They should be able to help you close your account. They will probably ask you for details such as your security questions answer etc... but they will not ask you for any passwords. I hope this helps

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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SOURCE: I forgot my fb password and to recovery email and no recovery phone number anymore.

get a new name and open a new face book account
write done your user name and pass word and put it away safe

Posted on Jul 17, 2015

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SOURCE: My phone got stolen and now i can't get it into my gmail account i don't remember the password and my recovery number is out of service and can't access my recovery email i have tried everything

Try this link. https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/skt .. It will ask if you remember an old password, if you don't select that option and it will ask you some other questions.

Posted on Oct 03, 2015

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SOURCE: Someone stole my straight talk galaxy 4 prepaid. I had it swapped over to a new phone but im wondering can they still see my contacts,emails,and text messages?

They may be able to see any info you didn't password protect BEFORE you changed phones. In other words, they will not be able to access your new data, ie: new messages and and data on your new phone.

Posted on Apr 13, 2016

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I can't remember the password to my gmail account so cannot receive emails on one of my mobile phones?


Try first at the recovery page for google. Please do this at a pc rather than at your phone. Hopefully you still have access to the other email account you specified for recovery or have used your still live phone number for sms recovery of your password
Account support

Aug 04, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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Someone stole my straight talk galaxy 4 prepaid. I had it swapped over to a new phone but im wondering can they still see my contacts,emails,and text messages?


They may be able to see any info you didn't password protect BEFORE you changed phones. In other words, they will not be able to access your new data, ie: new messages and and data on your new phone.

Apr 13, 2016 | Cell Phones

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I need help logging into my facebook page cau I have had it so long and it automatic ly logged in on with my phone and someone stole it , I ha Ve a different phone numbers and email then says on my F


Contact the support, they will ask you to send them you ID.

1. You tell them that you don't have accese to your email (old)
2. If you have Phone verification (tell it)
3. After 8-12h you get a email from the support, they will ask a acreditation like ID or Driveing license

everything else you will get from the FB support

Feb 15, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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I have an old gmail I can't access- forgot passwords...gotten new phones..and my verify info is not working- I opened a new account but a lot of other accounts are linked to it....how do I get it opened or...


recovery by email:
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/183726
Recovery email address You don't have to provide a recovery email address, but we strongly encourage you to. Once you've started using Google as a signed-in user, we'll use your recovery email address to communicate with you under the following circumstances:
  • We need to confirm your username after you create an address
  • You can't sign in to Google
  • You've forgotten your password
  • You're about to run out of storage space
  • We need to alert you to any unusual activity involving your address
If you use Gmail, you may have added a recovery email address to your account when you first signed up. If you don't use Gmail, your password recovery address is the email address you used to sign up for your account (for example:myusername@yahoo.com)
To change or add a recovery address:
  1. Go to your Google Account Settings page.
  2. Scroll down to the "Signing in" box.
  3. Click Recovery email.
  4. Add your recovery email address.
  5. Click Done.
Your recovery address should be an email address that you use regularly.


recovery by phone:
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/183728

Having a mobile phone number on your account is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to help keep your account safe and ensure that you can get back into your account if your account is taken over or you forget your password. Your mobile phone is a more secure identification method than your recovery email address or a security question because, unlike the other two, you have physical possession of your mobile phone.
Hackers target accounts without phones because they're easier targets. Add a phone and join hundreds of millions of other Google users who have helped stop hackers in their tracks.

To add a recovery phone number to your account:

  1. Go to your Google Account Settings page
  2. In the Personal info section, click Phone.
  3. In the Recovery phone section, click to add a recovery phone number if you don't have one yet.

Ways we will use your mobile phone number

We'll only use your mobile phone number to ensure the security of your account. Here are some ways we'll use it:
  • To challenge people when they try to take ownership of your account
  • To send you a verification code so you can get into your account if you ever lose access
  • To provide an alternate way for you to verify that you own an account
  • To help prevent people from getting into your account by guessing the answer to your security question
  • Optional: To alert you to possible threats to your account's security (for example, when your password is changed)

Ways we won't use your mobile phone number

Unless you make a specific request, we won't use your mobile phone number for anything other than protecting your account. For example, unless you tell us to, we'll never:
  • Sell your phone number to other companies or organizations
  • Call you for marketing purposes
  • Publish your phone number online

What type of phone you should use

You should use a mobile phone number so that you always have access to it. It's important that you can receive security alerts as soon as possible so that you can help keep your account safe.

Aug 10, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Here's how to reset your forgotten Gmail password

  1. Follow the Can't access your account? link from the Gmail log-in page.
  2. Make sure "I forgot my password" is selected.
  3. Type your full Gmail email address under Email address. Click Continue.
If you have set up a secondary email address for recovery:
  1. Make sure the desired email address is selected. Click Continue.
  2. Open the Google Password Assistance message in the selected email account from Google Account Recovery.
  3. Follow the link under to start the password reset process.
If you have set up a security question for Gmail password recovery:
  1. Make sure Answer my security question is selected.
  2. Type the answer to your recovery question following the question.
If you have set up phone number for account recovery:
  1. Make sure the desired phone number is selected. Click Continue.
  2. Open the SMS text message from Google that begins with Your Google verification code.
  3. Type the verification code on the Google Account Recovery page under Enter that code here and click Continue.
  4. Enter a new password into each box and click Reset password.

Apr 03, 2014 | gmail.com Computers & Internet

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Good Morning, can you please assist me . I cannot log into my gmail account. the backup nr that im suppose to get my recovery code , the phone was stolen. i blocked that number. my recovery email is t


you should be able to get your phone number back from your service operator, if stolen. then you can follow the password retrieval wizzard, via cell phone. usually, cell phone operators should be able to give you a new sim card within minutes, you just need to get to a shop to do that.

Apr 14, 2013 | Google Gmail

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Some one stole my yahoo account


Most likely someone has got into your email account and/or changed your password. You may be able to change the password to prevent someone accessing it.
Else.
Create a new Yahoo email address and abandon the old one.

Jan 06, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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