Q&A from the article:

How to Reset your AOL password

Edited by Connie

Questions and Answers

AOL says that based on suspicious activity I should contact a service representative. AOL will not allow me to try a password change?

What can I do to activate AOL. At this point I just want to get my personal info and photos off their site. I cannot change my password to get into my account. (I know that AOL was recently purchased by Verizon and wonder if that is affecting things. My iPhone carrier is Verizon. I have tried: Numerous attempts to try to log in and enter a password. They won't let me change to a new one or honor the old one and tell me to contact an AOL customer service person. I think it was caused by: No idea. I want to hear from AOL as to the problem (they says suspicious activity on the account!).

Was this helpful? Yes | No | I need help

Ad

VisiHow QnA. This section is not written yet. Want to join in? Click EDIT to write this answer.

The above questions are from the following wiki...
How to Reset your AOL password

Comments

VisiHow welcomes all comments. If you do not want to be anonymous, register or log in. It is free.




Thomosandrew
Premier Author
1 Articles Started
2 Article Edits
1,100 Points
Thomosandrew is a premier author with VisiHow. Thomosandrew has achieved the level of "Recruit" with 1,100 points. Thomosandrew has started 1 articles (including this one) and has also made 2 article edits. 24,800 people have read Thomosandrew's article contributions.
Thomosandrew's Message Board
Thomosandrew: Hi, my name is Thomosandrew.
Thomosandrew: Can I help you with your problem about " AOL says that based on suspicious activity I should contact a service representative. AOL will not allow me to try a password change? "?
 

Article Info

Categories : Tech

Share this Article:

Do you have a question not answered in this article?
Click here to ask one of the writers of this article
x

Thank Our Volunteer Authors.

Would you like to give back to the community by fixing a spelling mistake? Yes | No