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Now, you’re “clear.” SECOND: Quick change any other site you used that same password on.

(NEVER use your same Gmail password for other sites.) THIRD: Go to the bottom right hand corner of your Gmail account.

If you are concerned someone may have seen vital information, go here in the US.

Right now, it seems no one can receive an email from me.

I am blocked as a sender and get this message whenever I try to send an email, I get this rejection message: “Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently: Technical details of permanent failure: Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain.

tid=560d53dee40be5e6&hl=en Neither of us had time for this, but if you want to keep using that particular Gmail account, you have to do this.

If not, delete the account forever by clicking on your face in the upper right, and under “Services” click “Delete this account forever.” STEP 4: Due Diligence You have no clue how much of your info they got.

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