So Coinbase just removed my 2-factor auth because my ‘account may have had Google Authenticator configured … that had not been used for an extended period of time.’

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I scrambled because the only way I was notified was via a text message that read 'Your two factor settings have been changed. Contact trust@coinbase.com if you did not do this.' Upside (for me) is that I changed all my passwords, downside (for Coinbase) is that I promptly closed my account. For a company whose success hinges on security, it seems like turning off my two factor auth is either a mistake or a poor decision. Anyone else have a similar experience?

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