Hi again, I looked up the info you provided, and this specific email seems to have been sent by scammers and NOT AOL - they send these types of phishing emails to unsuspecting AOL users to trick them into logging on to a page that looks like from AOL, and then gain access to their account details this way. Please DISREGARD any further emails that you receive like this, in the future.
Now, in order to make sure that your account is not compromised in any way yet, please change your AOL account password ***** following the given steps:
Open up the following link:
Sign in to your account, when prompted. Next, answer your Account Security Question.
If you forgot the answer to your Security Question, click Forgot Answer on the Security Question page to reset it.
Click Change Your Password in the General Account Information section.
Enter your Old Password, and your desired New Password. Re-enter your new password ***** confirm. ClickSave to finish the process.
That's it - your account can now be accessed using only the new password ***** created.
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