Both the username and password need to be correct in order to access any online account. The same goes for AOL. However, many people find themselves locked out when they are not able to recall the password. If you’re one such distressed user, relax… because help is at hand.
At AOL, the process to recover / reset the password has been automated. WHY? Because there are millions of subscribers and it would be unwise to expect personalised support… especially when you are using a free email account.
Anyway, if you’ve forgotten the AOL password, the information can be recovered by proving your identity or having the details sent to the alternate email address provided at the time of sign up. Just follow the step by step instructions below.
As you would have gathered, the personal information and security question are as important as the password. Make sure you keep everything up-to-date at your AOL account.
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