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Locked out of my aol account

I am locked out of my own account and someone has hijacked my aol sending a virus to everyone in my address book - what can I do??  want to change my password but I am now locked out?

 

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Please try calling the US support number at +1-877-786-0722 (Mon-Fri 8am-1am EST & Sat 8am-10pm EST) to get assistance with password issues.

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If they have locked you out chances are your not getting back in even if you call the numbers that Mat provided. I tried my best to get in but they changed my information when they hacked me now I am tryin to get a way into my account. So just calling may not help at all!!!

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