Question about Facebook Computers & Internet
When you replied to the email, did you include your log in information? If so, this may have been a phishing email. The email was probably not from who you thought it was. And, you sent them the information to access your account.
First, you need to change your password for your email account. Next, contact Facebook and let them know that your Facebook account may have been hacked and you can no longer access it.
If you believe your Facebook account has been hacked or phished, please follow this link.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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