It's been a crazy internet week were someone or maybe someones got into all my accounts and changing passwords did not seem to help.
Now I am just annoyed because I am having trouble deleting my facebook account to start over. errr.
Thanks ya'll, it is certianly the most annoying thing I have encountered in the last couple months.
I think I finally pissed off the wrong person... maybe.
Its always bad. Someone once hacked my Google account. I lost my adsense, adwords, orkut and everything else of Google. You can't imagine how badly it hurt me to lose orkut. I had some 50,00,000 people on my 100 communities and I could have got loads of traffic from orkut. *SIGHS!*.
I am sure I understand how pissed off you might be right now.
I feel your pain, I once lost my ebay account to a hacker. They didn't change my password, but my account got banned for trying to sell 100 faux guchi bags before i could log back on.
Not sure why exactly you need to close the account, but good luck.
Well I couldn't get the account to close but I was trying to get these peoples spam off my account. I deleted any feeds, which still seem to be showing up so I dunno.
Of course I changed all my password information and such to every account I can think of and refurbished my computer.
I don't know maybe it has something to do with adaware. I was reading a hubbers recommendations on installing adaware, not adware and stil... I am done with that stuff.
I will just stick to what I know works and never again try to cut corners to get more followers.
Everything took a hit. Not that I was very popular anyways but still it's mine and people shouldn't be doing things like this.
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