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I forgot my password, how do I reset it?

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You can learn how to Reset your password below:

RESETTING YOUR PASSWORD

Reset Password If you ever happen to forget your password, simply open up the “Login” box, and click “Forgot Password?” At this point, you can enter in the email address you use to access your RunSignUp account, and click on the button labeled “Reset Password”.

After clicking the “Reset Password” button, you will receive an email at the corresponding account that reads as follows:

You are receiving this e-mail because you have requested a password reset. Please click the link below to reset your password:

Click the following link to reset your password: https://runsignup.com/UpdatePassword/(Randomly Generated Sequence)/(UserID)

If you did not request this password reset, then please ignore this email (your password will remain unchanged).

As the email instructs, click on the link provided, and you will be brought to the “Password Reset” page. Enter in the “Password” you wish to use for your account, and then re-enter it into the “Confirm Password” field. When you click the “Reset” button, your password will be reset, and you will now be able to sign in using that password.

Reset Confirm Password

Note: If you have not forgotten your password, and simply would like to change it, then please refer to the section on “How to Change Your Password”.

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