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how do i find out what my security question


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When i first joined SL iwas asked a security question. As it was over 13years ago and have not been asked before I have forgotten what the Question was and What the answer is.  So is there a way to find out what the Question abd answer was.  Or is there a way I can verify that the account and who I am??

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5 minutes ago, Emit Ewing said:

So is there a way to find out what the Question abd answer was.  Or is there a way I can verify that the account and who I am??

No, there is no way, but it doesn't really make a difference.  If Linden Lab wants you to verify that you are who you claim to be, they will ask you for proof of identity (a photocopy of a driver's license, perhaps).  Wait for them to ask.  Don't send anything before then.

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And next time, write this stuff down. I have a file that contains each of my avatar accounts' names, registered email, password, and secret question/answer, for the exact reason you state...it's been so long that I've forgotten that stuff.

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Hey Emit. I'm wagering you're still trying to get a credit processed (your reason for needing the answer to your security question).
Has LL processed your credit yet? I notice "Kristin Linden" wasted no time closing your thread on that matter.
I put in a similar request late February (for a credit of less than $40 US). Yes, late February.
They have a copy of my U.S. Passport, a copy of a tax document verifying my U.S. address, in response to *their* request.
They certainly have no qualms about accepting payments from my U.S. credit card or bank account.
I too anxiously await ANY correspondence on this matter.
If getting my money back out of second life is like pulling teeth, then I'm starting to have serious doubts about the feasibility of starting a creative business here.
And +1 Lindal Kidd: I too have a spreadsheet with this kind of stuff recorded. But 13 years ago when I created my account, I had no idea I still be poking around this place.

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