Hi good day. I am communicating because I have an account with the email address [removed by moderator] and it no longer exists and cannot be re-created in yahoo because the old URL does not exist. When trying to enter with that email and its corresponding password, Adobe asks me to update the password and for this it asks me to put on the screen a verification code that it was sent to [email removed by moderator]. I want it to send me the verification code to another email or Adobe to delete the account [email removed by moderator].
I have tried everything possible looking within the Adobe website for a way to do something similar and the only channel that I understand could bring me closer to a definitive solution is this.
Due to this experience I strongly suggest that Adobe have a support email, which would be appreciated.
From now, thank you for your attention.
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