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Oct 31, 2016

How to reset your password if you forget, I can not see forget password in city-cost site :)

Is there some one who knows the way to reset your password in city cost website !!

Cookievagabond

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  • kcsantosh

    on Dec 9

    I think you can directly email to the admin of city cost. They have a quick response.

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  • City-Cost

    on Oct 31

    Hi! If you're logged in, you can change your password, from your 'my page' (click on your nickname at the top of City-Cost, and in your 'my page' click on the button 'profile' - in this form you can see a place to change your password). If you're not logged in and have forgotten your password, you can send us an email via the contact form and we'll sort it out from there. Thanks for your question.

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