Creating online accounts in order to take advantage of services on offer is all well and good but what to do when a particular account is no longer needed or wanted. Some sites/services make it very easy to delete a redundant account, others put users through the hoops, and some make it darn near impossible. Thankfully, there are several online services which can help with the chore of deleting unwanted accounts.
3 Resources for Deleting Unwanted Online Accounts
We’ve mentioned a couple of these services previously here at DCT, AccountKiller is one of the better known…
Delete Your Account
Another is Delete Your Account:
I’ve recently come across another useful resource to add to the list, called JustDelete.me:
JustDelete.me provides direct links to cancellation pages where available… surprisingly, Facebook is one the easiest accounts to delete:
… and provides additional information for those sites or services which don’t afford direct cancellation facilities, or overly confuse the process… such as Skype:
If you are looking to delete an account you no longer need or want, the 3 sites listed above can provide invaluable assistance. Individually, each offers a useful service. In combination, I’m confident they would pretty much cover most eventualities.
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Somehow, ‘out of the blue’ I have been ‘hooked’ by a Spanich language Facebook correspondent and receive rgular messages. Having absolutely no idea what they say, or why me, I just delete them unread. I am curious to know if I can somehow delete that account by using one of those suggested options, without hurting my own Facebook stuff ?
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