I can't find a better place to put this question, so I hope here is OK.
My new account, transferred from Squidoo, seems to have two emails associated with it.
Apparently I put one email when I signed up, then realized my mistake and changed it in my account pages. When I check my account, my paypal address and other places where my address is displayed all show the correct email address, but the wrong email address is somehow associated with my account and I can't find any place to break that connection. And I can't find any way to email the staff directly, so I don't know what to do.
Thanks Matthew. I tried both of those things. My email settings indicate that my email address is changed and verified, but I am trying to disconnect the original email from my account and it is not disconnected -- I can sign in with it. Some of my hubpages email comes to the first email address and some is coming to the new email address.
If you have multiple HubPages accounts, then you will have multiple email addresses as well as a unique address is needed for each HubPages account.
You should be able to login to each of your account and see the current email address listed on the link I provided.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at team at hubpages dot com as we cannot share account specific information in the forums.
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