Anyway, I probably can't get into the specifics of how one goes about getting their Zynga account back. I'm having to trade emails back and forth with a qualified Zynga support specialist. They're great and all, but still. I replied earlier in the morning, sending them a copy of my driver's license (AKA Government ID) but apparently they will only respond once a day, and always at five in the morning. I felt like a kidnapper. They wanted a picture of my ID next to the computer screen that shows my account is being blocked. There's a number on there that they need for reference, you see. Also, make sure you know at least three of your poker buddies. If you're at all like me, scary thought I know... you'll typically just send invites to the hottest chicks you can, hoping to get more poker buddies. Make sure you get their names. Also, keep track of any past chip purchases. They want to know that too. But more importantly, stay safe. Watch out for those hackers. They can only prosecute so many of them, you know.