I recently changed my email address after losing access to previous Email address. So, I had to create a new amazon associates account since the only way to reset your password is by email. Once I did that, i realized i'm using two different a.a. accounts..So would like to know how I can switch old ID to NEW one. Or if this is even necessary to do, maybe a different option? Thanks !!
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