You will not have an account with us for more than two weeks. After that, you will no longer be able to use any of your purchase history, save, or access any of your accounts, including your checking, savings, and credit cards. This includes your personal information, such as names, birthdates, and phone numbers.
We’re moving from a 2-week account to a 7-day account, so we don’t want you to have any accounts that could be tied to you in the future.
This is the first major change since the launch of our service, but it’s really not that big a deal. We just want any account to be locked for at least two weeks, and if you’re already in an account that’s been locked, your existing account password will be changed.
The good news is that you only have to pay the amount paid each month to unlock your account.
I know its not the most exciting thing in the world, but when I was a kid I really didn’t understand the concept of account aging, and I had a feeling that the time we were going through was going to be very real for many of you. As mentioned, this is the first major change since the launch of our service, but its really not that big a deal.
The fact is that people don’t like to think about their accounts being locked with a password they need to remember, but they are. This is why we are introducing new account options.
A good friend of mine is like me, she has a personal security system and a pretty good one. We all need to keep an eye on her, but this is her account. She is very friendly and helpful, and likes to talk to anyone who wants to take her in. She can speak to anyone who wants to take her in, too, but she doesn’t have that kind of experience and can’t get up to speed on anything.
The reason I suggest trying to keep your password is because it is easier to keep secret than just a single password. The only thing I can think of that would help is to make sure that you keep your password for when you are on the web or even when you are working with someone else.
My only advice is to keep a simple password and a password for the web. If you are using a password that is too long (like, for example, your login password) then you will get caught. And if you use a password that is too short then anyone can see that you have been using it.
Another thing that’s been asked a lot on our site is “do I need to set up an automatic email account for sending payments?” A few years ago I started out with a local merchant account, but after I stopped making payments I had to set up a new one. I got a bit of a shock when my new account was set up, and I had to reset the password on my local merchant account.