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Oh no! That sounds really, really frustrating to say the least!
So, the issue as I understand it is that you had a bunch of books on your iPad, someone hacked your amazon account, so you called Amazon and they wouldn't help you, so you just created a new Amazon account, and once you signed in with the new account on your iPad, your books vanished, right?
That makes sense because the Kindle app is designed to sync with your account, and your new account wouldn't have the books. Now, it is technically possible to break the encryption on the books if you have the files, but I think the better solution would be to recover your Amazon account. That way everything you purchased would automatically restore and it's also easier. Would you like to go that route?
I can chat with you here yes. I was going to call you, but I got a message that the payment method you attempted to use failed.
When that happens usually customer service will reach out to you to figure that out and then I can give you a call.
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So you have two Amazon accounts, right? One that we'll call your old account and that is the one that's hacked. The new account is the one you opened after that. Am I correct so far in my understanding?
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So do have books or anything purchased on your old account? How about your new account?
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