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I have a GMail account (aa@gmail.com) and I always log in with this account on Stack Overflow.

Now,I was forbidden to use this aa@gmail.com account but I can use new account(bb@gmail.com) .

I treasure my reputations and badges on Stack Overflow.

Therefore, when I use Stack Overflow, I want to get my reputations of aa@gmail.com by logging in with bb@gmail.com.

Can I change login account on Stack Overflow?

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What do you mean "forbidden to use this account"? If you can't ask any more questions it's for a good reason, otherwise please explain. – Shadow Wizard Nov 16 '11 at 9:23
    
If one of your accounts was banned then why shouldn't you lose the rep and badges earnt with it? – slugster Nov 16 '11 at 9:42

Your question isn't very clear...

Now,I was forbidden to use this aa@gmail.com account but I can use new account(bb@gmail.com)

Were you forbidden by the team? What specifically happens which makes you say you were "forbidden"? It sounds like your best solution is to email team@stackoverflow.com.

Now, assuming that you were not suspended and you simply want to change your login accounts, keeping your rep and badges, you can edit the logins / open IDs you use on your account on your profile:

profile fhs

Again, I'm not clear on what you're asking, this may not be of any use to you. If you're unable to log in to aa@gmail.com then you can't link with that account... So let me again refer you to team@stackoverflow.com if you're stuck.

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