I no longer have access to the e-mail I used to sign up for Hubpages and when I try to change my e-mail in the settings menu, it will not save ANY of my information. HELP?!
You can contact HubPages via your new email account, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. There have been other users reporting similar technical problems, maybe it will sort itself out, but sending an email doesn't hurt.
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