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How can I find out what I entered as my real life birthday when I created my account?

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Hello LouenCouer,

you can specify your maturity rating-settings in the viewer. Press CTRL+P to go to preferences, and change your maturity-level in the 'general' tab.

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Hello LouenCouer,

you can specify your maturity rating-settings in the viewer. Press CTRL+P to go to preferences, and change your maturity-level in the 'general' tab.

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If you entered your correct birthday, and you are over 18, you can set your access preferences to go to Moderate and Adult regions.

However, you should realize that land owners can restrict access to their land to avatars over a certain "age" in Second Life.  Some clubs and other venues don't permit accounts under 30 days, to cut down on the number of griefers who use "throwaway" accounts to cause trouble. 

If you really think you entered the wrong birthday, contact Linden Lab billing at one of the numbers below, or file a support ticket. They will require you to submit some proof of age, such as a photocopy of your drivers license.

US/Canada: 800-294-1067
France: 0805-101-490
Germany: 0800-664-5510
Japan: 0066-33-132-830
Portugal: 800-814-450
Spain: 800-300-560
UK: 0800-048-4646
Brazil: 0800-762-1132

Long distance ( not free, but you can use Skype to save some cost ) : 703-286-6277
**Note: Support is offered only in English

ps - for anyone who is NOT over 18 and is thinking of lying about their age...DON'T.  You will be found out, and you will get in trouble, both with Linden Lab and with your parents.  Be patient and play by the rules!

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if after the expiration of the year you are more than 18 years old and the settings are not included

maybe I'll enter every three months and pour for me but really it's so stupid that it's terrible to conduct any financial transactions

why do you need to beg for money or listen to how clanking you are or to build worlds that will be as imperfect as in reality and in general this gaming industry is a gross abomination

except that retirement

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42 minutes ago, IIIAyiraIII said:

if after the expiration of the year you are more than 18 years old and the settings are not included

maybe I'll enter every three months and pour for me but really it's so stupid that it's terrible to conduct any financial transactions

why do you need to beg for money or listen to how clanking you are or to build worlds that will be as imperfect as in reality and in general this gaming industry is a gross abomination

except that retirement

Uh.  Is there something you need help with or just a necro post?

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1 hour ago, IIIAyiraIII said:

if after the expiration of the year you are more than 18 years old and the settings are not included

maybe I'll enter every three months and pour for me but really it's so stupid that it's terrible to conduct any financial transactions

why do you need to beg for money or listen to how clanking you are or to build worlds that will be as imperfect as in reality and in general this gaming industry is a gross abomination

except that retirement

somehow.. and somewhere i have the feeling we'r not on the same planet....

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54 minutes ago, Ethan Paslong said:

i have the feeling we'r not on the same planet....

... but I'm pleased that the OP makes an exception for retirement. It's one of the nicer perks of getting older.

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10 minutes ago, Rolig Loon said:

It's one of the nicer perks of getting older

better perk is practicing the saying "You are only as old as the person you feel"   This adds years to me but... it's fun trying

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5 hours ago, IIIAyiraIII said:

if after the expiration of the year you are more than 18 years old and the settings are not included

maybe I'll enter every three months and pour for me but really it's so stupid that it's terrible to conduct any financial transactions

why do you need to beg for money or listen to how clanking you are or to build worlds that will be as imperfect as in reality and in general this gaming industry is a gross abomination

except that retirement

I'm hoping you used a bad translator and then only pulled every other sentence.  Otherwise, I think it might be time to re-visit your doctor to discuss your meds.

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