FAQ #264: Is there a description of the Help Desk contact categories?
FAQ #590: What are the hours of operation for the Help Desk?
FAQ #713: Who is on the Help Desk Team?
FAQ #630: Are there any rules for the Help Desk?
FAQ #741: How are Help Desk responses sent to me? Can I have them e-mailed to me?
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They had said before that they would continue to allow people to log in to deactivated accounts so that they can view their purchase history. I don't see it as farfetched that they wouldn't allow people to sign into their accounts at all, especially considering a tweet I got from $chix0r on Twitter, when I posted about seeing things in my deactivated account, along the lines of "You should be glad you can even log in to the account!"
I remember when my friend had his Skype account hijacked. After contacting Skype, they reset his email address on his account to the original, and reset his password. I don't see why deviantART cannot do the same, and put the account back if it were wrongly deactivated. I know that each login and post has an IP tied to it, so they should be able to tell
Mainly deviations who are...
...Gifts, Collabs, Art Trades and Requests.
...great at my appreciation.