Any speakeasy members still around? Could use some help. Greetings everyone,
This is probably going to sound like a strange story. I use to be a speakeasy user last December. I was a member for I think around two years. Well since I didn't have any plans to leave the service at that time, any account I made for shopping, gaming etc used my speakeasy.net address as the primary way of contacting me.
Around December of last year I had to move and my speakeasy service wasn't in the new area that I was moving to. Problem is I forgot to change one of my gaming accounts info to my new email. Normally, I keep all my passwords written down. But when I moved I lost the paper all of them were written down on.
So when I try to reset my password it goes to a speakeasy.net address that no longer exists. I've tried to call the company about my account but they won't budge unless I find a credit card number from 2004(a card thats been long gone), I've also tried to contact speakeasy to ask could they temporarily make me a email account just so I can get that password reset email. But they said they can't do it.
Is it possible that a speakeasy member could make a sub email account to receive the email? The email address no longer exists so I imagine its a possibility. If anyone can help no words can express how grateful I would be.
I'd suggest that you call the game company. They ought to be able to change your e-mail to your new one.
Nope they won't do it, even though they know the password reset is bouncing because the email is invalid. They want me to find a credit card I could of used to purchase it 2 years ago, which I no longer have.
Why don't you just pull your credit report. All credit card accounts open and closed will be on there.
How do I get a hold to that?
reply to Ramadear
www.annualcreditreport.com is the web site for free annual credit reports, I believe. NOT "freecreditreport.com".
Thanks, can the credit report date back to more than 2 years ago? And does it show all purchases etc? Because I'm not sure how this works.
duh, call your credit card company that you had the card with. Tell them the problem. You'll probably have to answer a few questions but they should still have a record. Also, don't you keep old statements? IRS wants you to keep them seven years...
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Nope, the card isn't mines. Its a relative and she doesn't keep any records what so ever. Its a bit ridiculous that I have to do this when the only thing I need is my password reset thats being sent to my old email.
Just create a new account with the game company.