If you do not know your password and do not have access to the email account associated with your Local Sexting account, we can not help you and will not manually reset your password, as there is no way for us to be sure that you are the rightful owner of the account. If you feel that you are being harassed on Local Sexting, the best course of action is to block the user who is bothering you.You can do this with the "block" button in any message that user has sent you.If your image fails to upload, try a different, smaller, non-animated one.
When the other user sends you another message, the thread will return.
If you are tired of hearing from that user, just block them!
You will have to take measures to protect your own safety. When giving contact information for the purposes of sexting with strangers, it may be best to create alternative email, kik, Skype, Instagram, etc accounts that are not linked to your real identity.
It may be a good idea to make sure that no pictures of yourself that you share contain your face or those of people that you know, any identifiable landmarks (the front of your house, your mailbox, etc), any rooms with unique features or furniture, or public locations (clubs, bars, etc) that could be used to ascertain where you live.
No more than one account can ever be registered on Local with a particular email address, even if accounts that have used a given email address in the past have been removed. At our login prompt, there is an option to have password reset instructions emailed to you.
Your Local Sexting account has to have been registered to a correctly-typed email address that you have access to in order for you to receive this email.
When considering fake users, keep in mind that we cannot always issue bans based only on your word.
There is a prevailing attitude in Internet communities that there are no actual women on the Internet.
Alternatively, you may be entering your password incorrectly.
Due to the potential for abuse (people who should not have access attempting to get access), we will not narrow down for you which of these is happening.
There is no need to send support emails about failed photo uploads.