What if you are unable to access to your Gmail account? What if it tells you that your www.Gmail.com Login password is incorrect? Why is it that you are getting redirected endlessly from webpages to webpages suspiciously after entering your login details?
Well, there are hundreds of millions of people accessing to their Gmail account everyday. There are at least several tens of thousands of them will have problems when logging into their Gmail account. Below are a few of the most commonly met problems and solutions.
Incorrect Gmail Login ID or Password
There is no certain answer to this problem. Do not give out your other email details to anyone else who attempt to help you. Google can help you itself. The best you can do is to follow the recovery process to recover your forgotten Gmail login details.
To recover your forgotten Gmail Login id and password, go to where you usually login to your Gmail account – www.Gmail.com. In the Gmail Login form, scroll down and click on the “Need Help” link usually located below the password field.
Select either I don’t know my password or ID or any other option that best describe your current situation. Follow the on-screen instruction to complete the recovery process.
There shouldn’t be any hassle in retrieving your Gmail.com login ID or password if you have an alternative email address entered when you first sign up for your Gmail account. If you have previously provided Gmail your mobile phone number, it would be even easier to retrieve your password.
If you have nothing at all with them, you will have no choice but to contact them directly by email. It is always wise to provide them your mobile phone number just in case if anything like this goes wrong in the future.
Make sure you are at the Correct Gmail Login Page
This is especially important for internet newbies who don’t have the sense of danger when they surf on the web. Well, as you may have already encountered numerous times before, there are uncountable threats on the internet. 1 out of 10 webpages will contain at least a kind of malwares, spywares, or even worse viruses that tries to steal your account details, credit cards data, etc.
Our advice is double check your Gmail Login Page URL to see if it’s the correct and genuine www.Gmail.com or mail.google.com login page. At least it should be from the correct root domain of either google.com or gmail.com.
If you notice that the URL is something very suspicious such as gmail.com while having the same exact login form presented on your screen, don’t enter anything at all. Close your browser and enter the correct URL address again.
If you keeps getting redirected to a fake webpage, it indicates that your browser (or your Windows system) has already been infected by malwares or viruses. You will have to scan your computer for virus and fix them immediately. We recommend Avast Free Antivirus software.