Login assist says they emailed my login info to some aol address, but I have never had an aol email before, who's address did you send my info to?!!!!

the only email address you have ever had on file for me is [PERSONAL INFORMATION], which you use to send me notifications. I was having trouble logging in so I chose "forgot my password" and a window popped-up saying that an email was sent to "v******e@aol.com" Why do you have another email account on my file, and why would you send my info to it when all of my settings only have my proper email address. Who has my information now?

I will have to cancel my account with you if this is not addressed immediately!

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