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  1. I hope that you are the right person who owns the rights to watertiger.wordpress.com.
    I’m trying to set up a blog for a friend of mine and surprisingly, Watertiger.wordpress.com is already taken by… apparently you.
    If this is your site I’m wondering if you could take it down or let me have access to it. It doesn’t appear to be utilized in any way, since 2006.

    I appreciate your consideration.

    Jay
    Blog url: http://mindthebump.wordpress.com/

  2. ...Who are you talking to? All .wordpress.com domains are owned by WordPress.

    You'd be better off leaving that on their about page http://watertiger.wordpress.com/about/

  3. And by "their" I mean the user who registered the account in 2006.

  4. If you have the username account that created the blog then login using this link
    If you do not have the required log-in information you will need Staff help. In order to help you get access to your blog Staff need one of the following things in order to correctly identify you as the blog owner:

    1. an email from the email address associated with the account or revealing what that associated email address was

    2. the wordpress.com API key for your account. This was included in your welcome email with a note to keep it safe. Please do not post the API key here.

    3. if you have purchased any upgrades for the blog a transaction number

  5. If you have the username account that created the blog then blogs belong to those who registered them. There is no expiration date on blogs unused or otherwise. If you can make contact on your own then there is a means of a consenting blog owner to transfer the blog to another username account. http://en.support.wordpress.com/moving-a-blog/#transferring-your-blog-to-another-user-or-account In the case that there is no contact information Staff will not breach the privacy policy and provide you with an email address.

  6. ...I don't think he's the blog owner TT.

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