I have a Gmail account. That’s great and all, but I have entered my age incorrectly. The problem is that there is no way to change it back as of now.
My age is so far off, that it seems I must’ve meant it to be wrong. Which would be lying, right? However, I don’t know if it would be of “grave matter” (at least I think I don’t… I think. I hope.)… so it would’ve only been venial, right? It *isn’t of “grave matter”, **is it?
But what do I do? I mean, do I have to live with my lie or make a new account. If I hadn’t been using the one I’m using right now, I would’ve probably made a new account… but as of now I have my contacts on my phone and other things hooked up to it. It would be a mess (at least I think it would) if I were to try to transition over to a new email account.
Now, Google’s Terms of Service basically mean that in the USA you have to be 18, but since they don’t enforce it (on my age that I guess I lied about, it says I’m 17 (which is still older than I am), but still let me join), it was decided by this forum as okay to use anyways.
So. What do I do?
*EDIT: replaced *“wouldn’t be” with “isn’t” and **“would” with “is”
EDIT 2: Google’s Terms of Service basically says you have to be 18 (although it’s masked by legal talk) in the USA to use any of their services -including Search, I think. google.com/accounts/TOS section 2 part 3.