How to Get a Meez Account Back

by Alexis Lawrence

Meez is a social networking site that allows users to create a profile, add friends, play games and explore a virtual world known as "Meez Nation." Like any social networking account, the profile that you create on Meez can be hacked, which locks you out of the account and allows someone else to change your profile and control your online character. If you have lost your Meez account to a hacker, or simply forgotten your password, you can get your Meez account back.

Step 1

Have the password for your Meez account sent to you again if you forgot your Meez password. To have your password sent to you, go the Meez website and click the "Login" link at the top of the page. Click the link labeled "Forget your username or password?" that appears under the "Login" button to open the "Password Reminder" window, enter the email address you used to sign up for your Meez account and click "Send Reminder."

Step 2

Sign in to your email. Open the email from Meez in your inbox or check the "Spam" folder if you don't see the email from Meez. Write down the new username and password assigned by Meez, return to the Meez page and use the username and password to log in to your account.

Step 3

Report your account as stolen if the Meez site says that it cannot find your email address, which means that whoever hacked your account changed the email address associated with the account. Go to the "Reporting a Stolen Account" form on the Meez website and enter the information for your account, including the username for the account and as much information as you have regarding the approximate date or time that the account was hacked. Submit the form by pressing the "Submit" button.

Wait for a representative from Meez to contact you using the email address you provide on the stolen account form. If the form does not reject your submission right away, which means that you have no chance of recovering your Meez account, you will be contacted by someone who works for Meez as to whether or not they were able to successfully recover your password.

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