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6-05-2007 @ 6:26PM
Actually, someone being logged on your account will not prevent you from logging in. It will just disconnect the previous person logged on. Of course, there is nothing stopping whoever has your username and password to log back in and disconnect you from your account. Of course, they've probably changed your password by now so your best option is to head over to the website to retrieve/reset your password and start a GM ticket to recover your lost items.Keep in mind that there is a limited number of recoveries that they can do for you (exact number is kept secret and I think it's also on a case by case basis) so if all you lost was some blues and greens, you probably shouldn't even bother with that.
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