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This is a resident board and no one here can help you. It sounds like it is a "done deal", so likely you have no way to do what you want to do. If something shows up in your transaction history it has already happened. If you gave someone money, took money, gave or received gifts etc. they are going to show up there.

You can of course change your password and not give it to anyone. Then no one should be able to get into your account. Next time, "use and alt" or better yet don't do things you will regret later *wink*.

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This is a resident board and no one here can help you. It sounds like it is a "done deal", so likely you have no way to do what you want to do. If something shows up in your transaction history it has already happened. If you gave someone money, took money, gave or received gifts etc. they are going to show up there.

You can of course change your password and not give it to anyone. Then no one should be able to get into your account. Next time, "use and alt" or better yet don't do things you will regret later *wink*.

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You mean you want to "sanitize" your transaction history to conceal some "questionable" purchases? There's no way to do that.

However, one can only see one's transaction history for the past 30 days (be aware that Marketplace order history goes back a lot farther; I don't know if transactions there ever go away).

Why not just stall? Or better yet... DON'T GIVE OUT YOUR PASSWORD TO ANYONE ELSE to allow them to go snooping?

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YOU are the only one who can see your Transaction History...unless you have given your account password to someone else.

This is a Very Foolish Thing to do.  If this is your problem, change your password now.

You should never, never, NEVER give your password to anyone else, in Second Life or in Real Life, no matter how much you trust them and no matter how much they badger you.

 

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