I made a new user yesterday, logged in and started work and wrote a great article. I have gone to login today and can't. When i gave my email address, I must have made a typo and got a character wrong. As this site does not seem to send an email to confirm your address, I have gone on with a non existant email.
I know my user name (not this one, I just made this to gain access again) I cannot find any email address to contact the site owners to ask if they can reset my email address via my user name.
Anyone any ideas?
I would say to keep trying to get a hold of someone I guess If they didn't have you confirm your e-mail you are pretty much on wait until hubpages gets back to you. But someone else with more hubbing experience than me may have a better idea.
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