9 thoughts on “Dungeon Blitz Facebook Hack Cheat Tool

  1. thexbox360player

    can i still use my yahoo answers from that account id or is it not able to be signed in now? this sucks! anyone can help me out le me know ok.
    thanks!

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  2. simply complicated

    I changed my password to something new after someone else changed it where i could not access my account without answering account ID questions. How do I report this fraud. Basically someone took over my account.

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  3. Michael K

    I have an AT&T account ID for my wireless and home phones. I am trying to change my Yahoo password but when I try to, I keep getting routed over to AT&T. I only want to change my Yahoo password and do not want to merge it. Any ideas?

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  4. che-che

    I recently obtained my life insurance license and was going to write my own policy and annuitize my retirement account. Id like to know if it would be a mistake to do so especially seeing that id get commision on both policies.

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  5. Salam

    Friends i have opened a paypal account for transaction abroad India. But i could not know my payment account id. Can anybody help me please?

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  6. Thomas A

    can i still use my yahoo answers from that account id or is it not able to be signed in now? this sucks! anyone can help me out le me know ok.
    thanks!

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  7. Gage

    I feel a little scared now as these are all sex chats with random people and this person has used my name, I have not given my account id and password to anyone. I am really worried and this is not causing trouble in my relationship. My partner found these and that’s the first time I saw them. Is there anything I can do to find out how this happened? I have change my password already.
    *this is causing trouble in my relationship
    That’s not it, this was an actual conversation you know? No links or anything.

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  8. Keegan

    I can’t believe it got past Yahoo’s own spam filter. It asks you to “confirm” all of your email info (like the bank phish frauds that ask you to “confirm” your bank account or credit card info), or else Yahoo will erase your account! As if Yahoo couldn’t tell on it’s own that your account was active or be able to access your account ID and password. Get a job, crooks!

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