The two answers below suggest you contact Atlassian support and ask them to do this.
|We're contacting you regarding suspicious activity on your Bitbucket Cloud account. We suspect that a malicious actor used usernames and passwords stolen from another service to access your account. This type of unauthorized access most commonly occurs when you reuse the same password.|
|In order to prevent further unauthorized access to your Bitbucket account, we've reset your password. Please go to Bitbucket Cloud and use the forgot password functionality to set your new password. If you used your Bitbucket Cloud password elsewhere, we suggest you change your password on those services to protect your other accounts. We also recommend that you reset your passwords on a regular basis and enable Two-Factor Authentication.|
|Should you have any questions or concerns, please raise a ticket through Atlassian Support and ensure it includes reference SECINT-5739.|
Chief Information Security Officer, Atlassian
Isn't it illegal to not allow people to delete their accounts?
In my case, I actually now have two accounts and I am trying to delete one, but you seem to not allow that.
This is ridiculous and highly suspicious. Makes me wonder why would you keep users prisoners in your system?
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