More than 5 repos on bitbucket causes problems ?


as far as I know, there should be no limit on private repos on bitbucket. 

But as soon as I have more than 5 repos, I cannot commit to those- instead, I get a "permission denied"-error. 

I already browsed the forums, but there it was suggested its probably a problem with my SSH-client and my private/public keys. But I don't think so, as with the other repositories I have (the first 5 i created), I don't have any trouble with pushing.

What could the problem be? I am the only user, so it's not about too many people accessing the repos.

And yes, I have a free account.

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There is a limit of 5 users.   Did you actually create 5 separate users?

The repositories are all running with my Username, and I always created them via the Create-Repository button, so i don't think I ever made a new user?

Is there any option in the menu where I can check the amount of users? (Although I really don't think I ever did something like "create new user" or "add new user"....

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