Does AOL ask non paying members to change their password?

Is there any reason that AOL would ask me to reset my password? It seems odd, and my account did some weird emails to some on my address book that I didn't send. I changed my password and security questions at the time and joined life lock.

I just can see why AOL would want me to change my password, and I am tired of the popup asking me to change something. I fell for it the fist time about 6 months ago. Thank you, CD

 

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Never. It's a scam, someone has access to your e mails. Change your password asap and use numbers and letters

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