Jan. 1st, 2010

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A while back, I tried an online backup service called JungleDisk, which uses Amazon S3 for storage. I used it for about a week, until I realized that my ISP's throttling of upload speed meant that I would completely back up my documents folder in about a month. I uninstalled it. But what I didn't realize was that JungleDisk had created an S3 account and password for me, and even though I had gotten rid of what I thought was everything, that account is still active and costing me about $0.02 a month in Amazon Payments.

I have not found a way of getting in touch with a human being at Amazon, explaining my situation, and getting them to delete the account. My username and password for the account were internal to JungleDisk, and have now been lost. How do I stop this?

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