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finding all old email accounts

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#1 Guest_gagafanforever85_*


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Posted 19 November 2015 - 08:13 AM

Hello everyone, my name is jerry I want to first say I am happy to be new to this forum.

I have a urgent matter that I need help with. I am wanting to find out all the email accounts I have under all the companies like yahoo, Hotmail, msn, gmail, aol and others. I don't want them recovered or anything I just want to know all of the usernames and email addresses I have under my name and I will even give all the info anyone needs to help me find these out. the addresses, phone numbers, similiarites that I think they could  be close too. the only thing I wont give out is my ssn. I was going to pay someone to do this but the way I see it is I should be able to do this for free. if someone knows how to do this and would be willing to do it for me I would gladly appreciate it because all I am wanting done is to find all the old emails I have had and signed up under since I first started getting on a computer which was 1999 or 2000.

I hope someone can help.

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#2 britechguy


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Posted 19 November 2015 - 11:40 AM

I doubt that anyone can do this for you.  Most e-mail providers have become very conscious of privacy issues and most won't even help you with an e-mail account you recognize as your own and can identify if you haven't set up the verification data they require to allow you to regain access.


It would be incredibly risky and stupid for any third party to impersonate you, even with your consent.


Most of these accounts have probably been scrubbed by now if they have remained completely inactive for an extended period of time.  If you have no memory of where you set up accounts and under what usernames is is going to be virtually impossible for anyone else to assist you.

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