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facebook how do I remove myself


gfergie

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Can anyone tell me how to remove myself from facebook?

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Nontek

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LanceAlot

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I disabled my account yesterday and it's a long protracted drawn out process, with at least five stages.

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nickf

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The best thing to do with these kind of sites is NOT to remove yourself , but to just change all your details , eg < date of birth email address phone No . If you delete , it stays hanging around for about 3 months , but changes are done straight away !

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rdave13

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Some more info here with tips of what to do before deletion. I think you need to be logged in to Farcebook before clicking the delete tab.

http://deletefacebook.com/

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caccy

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I agree with nickf. I remove myself from unwanted sites by putting rubbish in my profile i.e [email protected] as an address

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rdave13

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I don't know how these media software works but if you only put gobbledegook in your account then traceability would still be there to your original information I would think. By all means input rubbish but also delete your account.

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nickf

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I have a trash email I dont use , and an alias , so they have data to use , just nobody home! Lol

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