How To Delete My Facebook
There are a number of reasons you might be asking yourself" how to delete my Facebook:" you’ve just broken up with your girlfriend and now she’s sending you message after message trying to reconnect, your buddies are posting pictures of the “lovely” lady you left the bar with last weekend or your mother is starting to post on your wall say what a sweet man you’ve become on a daily basis. Sometimes, Facebook can become more of a hindrance than a convenience. There is an easy way to delete your Facebook account, taking fourteen days to complete after originally deactivating your account. You can either lay low for those two weeks and choose to reactive your account or delete your Facebook entirely.
- Log in to your Facebook account. Enter your login and password and wait until the your Facebook home page loads fully.
- Copy and paste this link into your browser to delete your Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=delete_account. It’ll present you with a screen asking if you’d like to permanently delete your Facebook.
- Click “Submit” and follow the instructions to delete your Facebook. This includes entering your password and entering the additional two words presented on the screen, showing the Facebook system that you are indeed human.
- Click “Okay” and wait for the confirmation screen. Check your e-mail linked to Facebook and make sure you’ve received the e-mail from Facebook saying your account deletion request has been received and the account will be deleted in fourteen days.
- Do not connect your Facebook account in any way within those fourteen days. These include clinking a link on any non-Facebook page asking you to share or like that page on Facebook. Do not click on any links taking you to Facebook or run any phone application that calls for you to log in to Facebook. Connecting within fourteen days will reactivate your account and will negate the procedures you’ve just done to delete your Facebook.
- Remove all active cookies, active logins, caches, and passwords from your Internet browsers. This will stop from automatically being logged in to your Facebook account if you should accidentally connect to Facebook.