I am sorry if you did not like my use of the word "creepy". But please note I did not accuse you of being creepy, I said what you are trying to do, "is a bit sneaky, perhaps devious, if not creepy too".
Understand it is not uncommon for totally honest folks to lose or forget passwords, or accidentally lock themselves out of accounts they are totally authorized to have access to. But as I explained to you in this thread we have no way of verifying member's identities. You are essentially a total stranger asking us to help you gain access to your cousin's Facebook account saying, "trust me, I'm an honest person. I just don't want my cousin to know". Would you trust a stranger under those circumstances?
And note you specifically said you are not friends with this 3rd person, adding,
I don't want to ask my cousin for his password again because he ... will wonder why I now want his password and I don't want to tell him why.
And that's the "bit sneaky, perhaps devious, if not creepy too" part.
Unfortunately, this was a case where being honest was not the right thing to do. I considered lying in my first post (Need to recover Facebook password) but decided honesty is the best policy.
Honesty is the best policy and I applaud you to being honest. So just be honest with your cousin.
Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc.
We still would not have helped you.
You could also take your computer to a computer shop where they can verify your identity and see if they will help you.
Edited by Digerati, 10 December 2017 - 11:20 AM.