help!! - changed someone ELSEs password !

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kaos23
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hahaha me and setponap came up with the same solution around the same time.  Great minds think alike = )

I think photobucket resets passwords now b/c i changed mine 2 weeks ago.  Come to think of it so does Amazon.  If that person is a college student, try fastweb.com.  It's a website for scholarships and alot of people sign up for it.  I have it and it sent me my password last time I tried it. 

evilgirldie
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lol yea...photobucket sends a reset link...I do not know about myspace, they haven't sent anything yet...

evilgirldie
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i'm thinking about sending what looks like spam to their contact list...maybe they'd figure they'd been phished and just change their password???

kaos23
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Best case scenario since photobucket resets is to look at their inbox and see which online stores send them mail  I'm sure we've all bought something online from either macys.com, victoriassecret.com (women of course), handm.com, etc.. In order to purchase from these websites we have to create an account and password.  After we buy it, the website sends us emails every week talking about new and better sales.

Look at this person's inbox, see which retailer sends them the most email and go to their website, click on "forgot password" and see if they have an account with them and if they send passwords to the email.  I'm sure time is a factor right now so good luck!

evilgirldie
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ah yes time is a big factor lol...how'd you KNOW?

kaos23
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haha well i see that you're stressed out plus i'm sure you want to get the password back to normal be4 the person realizes its been reset.

evilgirldie
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jig is up...lol the password is now not what i made it...waitin to see if i hear anything about it...lol...i'm so duuuummb i don't know what else to do but laugh at myself.

Hot2na
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[quote=healoha808] what should i do????[/quote]

"what email? what password?" - -  don't draw attention to yourself. ignore it. why would that email owner suspect you? three rules:

  1. deny
  2. deny
  3. see rule #1

Tuna ><(((( '> the other white meat! I am Keeper Of The Whip!

evilgirldie
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[quote=Hot2na]

[quote=healoha808] what should i do????[/quote]

"what email? what password?" - -  don't draw attention to yourself. ignore it. why would that email owner suspect you? three rules:

  1. deny
  2. deny
  3. see rule #1

Tuna ><(((( '> the other white meat! I am Keeper Of The Whip!

[/quote]

jwilder
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I have a somewhat similar situation, but not really? In my case, I got through the security questions on hotmail thanks to the bloglist code & surveys the person had blogged, though I stopped at the reset password page & never went any farther. I'm dying to for personal reasons, & one night while bored (this was about two weeks ago) I went to all the sites I know the email address is registered at & requested to reset the password or forgot password & so that email address must have received a ton of emails about changing their various passwords. I'm not sure why I did, kind of to stir things up, kind of 'cause I was sure they would have no idea it was me lol. Anyway two days ago I got an email from Facebook saying I had requested to reset my password, which I didn't. Facebook is the site this person uses the most. Think there is a way this person could know I was the one who had sent them all those emails & maybe they are doing it back? There is a long story between us, & they COULD be suspicious of me, but if so, it must be out of paranoia & their own "stalking" of me & my boyfriend (or maybe that thought is the result of MY paranoia & own "stalking"). The only way they could have gotten my email address is if they had been visiting my Facebook profile by joining the network I used to be on (which is what I used to do). SOOO, either way I don't care if they know it was me, but... could they, for sure?

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