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Problems with making E-mail Changes !

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I need help with adding/changing my E-mail address, here's the problem.

The E-mail address I use for all of the Notifications from the Techs or anyone on this website is: [email address #1]. I closed this E-mail address with Yahoo two weeks ago.

So I went to change the old address to a new E-mail address which is: [email address #2] When I put the new E-mail address in, ("PLEASE SEE SNAPSHOTS") it said that the E-mail address is already being used.

I was shocked that your system said that the E-mail address is being used because I just got the new address December 2nd of 2010, but still was using my old E-mail address, [email address #1]. It wasn't until this past Saturday the 22nd that I tried making that E-mail change. I don't remember ever giving this E-mail address on this website, and if I don't remember giving the address, certainly, I don't remember any Passwords associated with it. In fact, on Saturday when I was making the change, [email address #2] was still showing in the window on the "change E-mail address".

Also, please send any Notifications to: [email address #2] because the [email address #1] is closed.

So my question is, what should I do now.

Thank U 4 all your help !!!


Edited by Onaipian, 03 February 2011 - 09:06 PM.
removed email addresses... all of them

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