From: Master on

"Angus Rodgers" <twirlip(a)bigfoot.com> wrote in message
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uk.people.consumers.ebay is the correct group to ask.


From: lostfrog71 on
Same here, when I wanted to change my email address about 4 months
ago. Seems to be the procedure. But it is a pain in the backside.

From: F on
On 10/01/2008 13:29 Angus Rodgers wrote:

> I am beginning to be worried that I have been scammed, in some way.
>
> Am I worrying unnecessarily, and has it just been incompetence - on
> my part, probably, but possibly also on the part of eBay?

Would it not be better to ring and ask Ebay?

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From: Mike on
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at 15:11:26 on Thu, 10 Jan 2008, F <news(a)spinningweb.notnet> wrote
>On 10/01/2008 13:29 Angus Rodgers wrote:
>
>> I am beginning to be worried that I have been scammed, in some way.
>> Am I worrying unnecessarily, and has it just been incompetence - on
>>my part, probably, but possibly also on the part of eBay?
>
>Would it not be better to ring and ask Ebay?
>
If you can find a telephone number that non power sellers can use then
I'd love to hear what it is!
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From: Mike on
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at 05:52:47 on Thu, 10 Jan 2008, lostfrog71(a)hotmail.co.uk wrote
>Same here, when I wanted to change my email address about 4 months
>ago. Seems to be the procedure. But it is a pain in the backside.
>
In a way it's a good thing. If you're account is hacked for some reason
the first you would do is click on the "password reset" link. However
the first thing the hacker will do is change the email address so when
you do that you won't get the chance

If the reason people change their email address is because they move
ISP's then getting a domain name is a good idea for this reason then you
don't have to worry about informing all your contacts
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