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July 08, 2017, 09:59:30 AM
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Is there a way to recover the Wallet-ID? I have an old blockchain wallet, I know the address and the password but I've lost the wallet-id. I don't think there
was an email linked to it, it's quite old and I don't even think it asked for an email back then.






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July 08, 2017, 01:59:19 PM
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No, you can't! If you are going to create a new wallet in Blockchain.info, don't forget to write down your seed (aka recovery phrase). It will help you to recover your private keys even if you forgot identifier and password.

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July 08, 2017, 04:04:27 PM
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Do you have any of your old emails from them as it includes your identifier at the bottom? If not you could try send a small amount to one of the addresses if you had email notifications turned on as it'll send you an email notifying you of the payment.

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July 08, 2017, 05:31:33 PM
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Do you have any of your old emails from them as it includes your identifier at the bottom? If not you could try send a small amount to one of the addresses if you had email notifications turned on as it'll send you an email notifying you of the payment.

[...] I don't think there
was an email linked to it, it's quite old and I don't even think it asked for an email back then.

@OP: If you are unsure whether you have linked your email with Blockchain.info or not, you should do as hilariousandco said. You maybe lucky!

P.S. Check "sent" & "draft" folder in your email account. It is possible for you to sent Blockchain.info support your identifier if have you contacted them.

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July 09, 2017, 04:02:03 PM
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You must trawl through your emails to check if its registered with one. Maybe you did but have forgotten? The only other way you can recover the account is by using the 12 word mnemonic seed associated with your account when signing up. You can also try contacting them, I remember them having a representative on the forum some time back. I doubt if it will help, it may be worth trying tho.
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July 09, 2017, 11:25:24 PM
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This is the same what happen to me i can't remember my blockchain account because its looks the login page is changed.
But you can recover your lost wallet id since you said you just forgot your if you added an email better to try it to recover
https://blockchain.info/wallet/#/login

Click view option and click I've lost my Wallet ID

You will receive your ID soon..

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July 10, 2017, 01:36:27 AM
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Do you have any of your old emails from them as it includes your identifier at the bottom? If not you could try send a small amount to one of the addresses if you had email notifications turned on as it'll send you an email notifying you of the payment.
There is less chance to happen if this feature existed already when he made those accounts.

To OP its always have an email since it is an account from blockchain, try to remember the email you used because if you don't have the recovery phrase/seed of the wallet and if you can't remember the email then there's no chance to recover it. If you remember the email address you can try to follow what @Skarner21 said above.

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