Locked out of them all

G6whitegurl

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I have recently had my Samsung. Fb. Gmail. Yahoo. Even down to my id me for signing into government sites compromised. Basically a ex took my samsung 9. Help it hostage and changed my names on fhe accounts. Passwords. Even recovery emails and numbers. I recently got a new email and number but still having trouble accessing anything I'm smart. Just not that smart. Someone please give me the info I need or a kick in the ass in the right direction to recover all my stuff. I'm using a Samsung calypso. (all I could borrow ). I'd even send whoever money for the help. I can't access any music. Videos. Saved lists. No google photos. My kids. Nothing. :(. Help🤦👼🕵🌙⚡🌈🌠🌍🚀🗼🌃🎉🎂🪔🎤🖌🎧📞💡🕯🧸🧷👑☂🔭🩹🔨🔧♈🔜☯✝☪♾️🇱🇷💐🍄🪐🐞🦋
 

Red Squirrel

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I guess this is a good lesson in never trusting ANYONE with your personal accounts. If she was able to change the recovery email I'm afraid there is not much you can do. I suppose you could contact each individual company to explain what happened and maybe they can help, but I doubt it.

I also would avoid leaving all this stuff on a portable device especially the email. It's too easy to have that stolen or lose it etc.

I suppose this may also be worth going to small claims court over, maybe the judge can order her to reset stuff so you can access it again. Especially given she stole your device. May even fall under computer crime of sorts. It's not really hacking but borderline to it.
 
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Shmee

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If you haven't already, contact the authorities.
 

mindless1

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I'm thinking all eggs in one basket, scenario.

I do everything with my phone. What could possibly go wrong.
 

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