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Posted 08 December 2012 - 12:25 PM
Im not sure where I should have posted this. Truly, this probably isnt the spot for it at all. Nonetheless, I need to vent my fustration. (And hopefully someone has been through this and worked it out)
I put the wrong password into facebook too many times and got logged out (baby brain). Now I cant restore my password no matter how hard I try. its been going on for a week now (you have to wait 24 hours between attempts to reset password) and it just keeps telling me that the process is already happening for this email account and that I must try again! grrrr.
I didnt realise how reliant I am on Facebook to keep up with friends and events. I feel totally lost without it. (I know that probably sounds lame - but there you have it.)
Starting to wonder if I shoudl set up a second account but then all my photos are lost and I have to find and sign up all my friends again.
Has this happened to anyone else out there?
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