RE: @samstonehill has been hacked & cannot be re-accessed. How did this happen & what are the solutions?
Whilst I think websites like anon.steem which permit you to buy steemit accounts with no email address are GREAT, one must be aware of the potential problems in doing so.
Actually, you'd have been safer if you had used AnonSteem.
We recover accounts generally based on you having your original order ID and an old password, as well as some clear way to prove it's still you (e.g. your twitter, steemit chat account, discord etc.)
But, we can also recover accounts if we just know it's you. Maybe something as simple as a video call, to see you're clearly the same person from the images, and I'd happily enable recovery for the account.
I reported the phishing domain to GoDaddy last night after I got the spam to my own STEEM account, though they seem to be making new ones constantly.
You might be able to contact some STEEMIT staff, who could enable recovery for your account if they verify you through alternative means as I suggested.