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I need someone to help me recover my Yahoo account (locked)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Exilus, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. Exilus

    Exilus Junior Member

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    My yahoo email account is locked because i tried loggin in from a computer it didn't recognise, so it asked me my 2 secret questions, to which i only know the answer to one of them


    I know:
    Location, zip code, etc.
    current password
    2nd secret question answer.

    If you think you can call yahoo/get my account unlocked please PM me your price
     
  2. Webs2Be

    Webs2Be BANNED BANNED

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    Call Yahoo? I didn't know they offered over the phone Email support LOL
     
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  3. jmcs23

    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    Back in the day you could lock peoples account for 24 hours with a bot that would try logging into it over and over again. After 24 hours you would be able to login like normal. Maybe if you wait 24 hours before trying again you will be able to get in. Not sure if it will work but its worth a shot...


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  4. Webs2Be

    Webs2Be BANNED BANNED

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    Seriously though, I don't think you'll be able to retrieve it. I've had this issue in the past with a couple of emails I had where I logged in from another IP and there was no way that I was able to restore access back into the account. Good luck though, if there was a way to do it I would help you out but don't know of a way to do that.
     
  5. ksjohns

    ksjohns Newbie

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    shouldnt you be able to just log in back on your own computer?