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just couple days ago, my gmail and blogger accounts were hacked and i had no idea how to get it back. Does anyone know to get it back? i've tried to use the "Fogotten password" option and still could not recover it. I think the hacker knew and changed everything ay.

Please help guys! Those were important for me.

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I'd start with this Google step-by-step questionnaire on your account being compromised.

If that doesn't work you can fill out this recovery form from Google. It requires that you know the exact date you started your account (note for anyone reading this: that's a good piece of information to write down).

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@Lan C: thanks alot. I will give it a try. Is there any otherway though? cos i might not remember exact day i signed up. – James1 Oct 1 '10 at 1:49
Start with that. They'll get in touch with you within a few hours of submitting that form. Same thing happened to an acquaintance. Just fill out as much as you can. Even approximate dates. – Ian C. Oct 1 '10 at 1:53
Thanks i will try this. – James1 Oct 1 '10 at 1:57
I've tried it and got a reply from google said that unable to recover! please help if you know any other way! i really need it cos all my uni files and everything stores there. – James1 Oct 1 '10 at 6:44

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