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My login and password for weegy is what I forgot
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User: I do not remember my password or log in

User: I know my yahoo password do not remember this one

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User: My login and password for weegy is what I forgot

Weegy: Just click forgot password..and go to your yahoo mail and click also forgot password and apply the question that they give.and change your password that can essay to memories or you can take note.
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Asked 9/29/2013 9:52:38 PM
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If you have forgotten you password for your account Weegy.com, click on the 'lost password' link underneath the password box on the login screen. Weegy will send you an email to your registered email address with information on how to reset your Weegy.com account password.
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