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Inbox.com will delete your account and your emailsApril 09, 2010
I have my own personal website for my hobby - mustangs. I registered an email address with Inbox.com and tied that email address to my website. In this email I had contacts for my website, emails from website users, information about my own cars, various user account information and club enrollments pertaining to my website, and many other things. These are important to the function of the website, the maintenance of my vehicles and my club memberships. On January 5th 2010 I gave birth to twin boys by c-section after a very difficult pregnancy. Anyone who has been there knows just how much I had on my plate. Then just to make it worse, my father in law passed away 13 days after my sons were born. On April 7th, just 3 months after giving birth and 1 month after trying to incorporate my full-time job into my life, I began trying to pick up other parts of my life again. On this day I attemped to log into my inbox.com account. What did I get? A message telling me that my account had been DELETED along with ALL OF THE CONTENTS due to inactivity. Per their own admission, my last log on had been just 6 days before my c-section. When I contacted them regarding this, their response was that it's all gone and there's nothing they can do about it. Not even so much as an apology from them. Apparently Inbox.com doesn't care what's going on in your life. They don't care about births, deaths, or anything else that will keep you away from logging onto their website. They feel that if checking your email account isn't the most important thing in your life, then you don't deserve to have an email account. But you do deserve to lose all of your information.
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