How to Recover Lost Words With Friends Account in 2022

If you have forgotten your Words With Friends password or can’t remember your old account credentials then you will understand what it really feels like to lose Words With Friends account. In some cases, you can easily recover the lost Words With Friends account while in other cases, the account remains lost and if you don’t know the recovery procedures, you will have to open a new Words With Friends account

Whether you have forgotten your password or you think your account has been stolen, in this step-by-step guide we’ll show you how to recover your lost Words With Friends account.

Words With Friends offers different ways to recover your lost account. Most of them depend on the information you entered when you set up your account. If you haven’t done that or if the information is not valid, the chances are slim that you’ll be able to recover access to your account.

How to recover lost Words With Friends account

  1. Visit Words With Friends com on your Android browser.
  2. Fill in either your email or phone number associated with the lost account.
  3. Click on Forgotten password.
  4. Select your preferred method of account discovery. Either a phone number, email, or name. (Phone number option will only be favorable if you have not lost your Sim Card).
  5. A verification code will be sent to you.
  6. Enter it and click on the Submit button.
  7. Create a new password of your choice.
  8. Re-enter it to confirm and reactivate your account.

Words With Friends account recovery is not straightforward, especially if you have not set up any backup recovery options. 

How to find Words With Friends old account using the browser’s saved passwords

Web browsers commonly ask you if you want to save a password when you log in to a website. Even if your current browser doesn’t have the password saved, consider whether you used another browser to log in to your Words With Friends account in the past.

The easiest way to do this is to visit Words With Friends in each browser and go to the login form. See if your browser automatically fills the form in or asks if you want to use an existing login. If so, you should be able to get access to your Words With Friends profile as long as the password hasn’t been changed since the last login. 

How to find Words With Friends saved password

  1. Go to your browser’s preferences and locate Settings/or Security.
  2. Click on Password
  3. Then click on View Password.

Note that some browsers like Chrome will ask you to enter your device password if you set up that.


  • In Google Chrome, go to Settings > Passwords > Saved Passwords.
  • In Avast Secure Browser go to > Settings > Passwords > Saved Passwords.
  • In Internet Explorer click Settings > View Advanced Settings > Manage Passwords.
  • In Firefox Browser, tap on Options > Security > Saved Passwords > Show Passwords.
  • In Safari Browser, click Preferences > Passwords.
  • In Microsoft Edge go to Settings > Passwords & Autofill > Manage Passwords.

If you’re able to locate the password and successfully log in to your Words With Friends, you can go into your account settings and look for the option to change your password.

How to reactivate Words With Friends account

Words With Friends has a dedicated web page on its website where you can delete your account. Once you enter your credentials to confirm account deletion, Words With Friends will temporarily deactivate your account for 30 days.

Within those 30 days, you can choose to reactivate your account if you change your mind about deleting it. After 30 days, however, your report will be permanently deleted.

  1. Visit the Words With Friends website or app on your device.
  2. Fill in your username and password to log in to your account.
  3. Tap the Login button.

Note that for this to work you must log back to Words With Friends with your username within 30 days of deactivating your account. Also while your account is deactivated, you can only log in with your username and password. You can’t change your password.

If all the above methods did not work, you’ll need to contact Words With Friends directly to complete account recovery. There are several ways of contacting the platform, depending on which method of communication you prefer. You can use the Facebook page, Twitter, Email Address, or Chatbot to contact Words With Friends.

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