Afternoon! Basically, in the days of Windoze, I had an AOL Broadband account. Then moving to back to a Mac (for the final time ), I was told AOL wasn't supported and they refused to take it off my line. I had the account transferred to a relative down the road who uses 'Doze and wanted Broadband. Done. They made their own screen name, and I still had mine so that I could use iChat, I do love it but only 3 of my friends use it, and thats only as a back up to their msn Anyway, the other day, I opened iChat, and put in my password, lets say for example it was 'Bullfrog'. It signed in fine - my old contact, everything still there. Out of curiosity, I signed into AOL via Safari, only to be told my password was wrong. So I tried again, entering ''Bullfrog'' - but to no avail. Then I tried using password reset, and apparently to use this I need the AOL app. installed due to the account 'type' I have (I'm guessing AOL are still associating this account with the one that was transferred to the people down the road) I rang AOL UK, explained the situation - they were very unhelpfull, and told me the account was still linked to the people who it was transferred over to, and that the password I was supplying them with was 'wrong' - if this is the case, why can I log into iChat? I can supply screenshots, or even talk to you on iChat as proof, but it refuses to let me sign into anything but with the password I have. Why is this and how can I rectify it so that I can take control of my account?