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How to delete account of social networks?

Posted In Social network - By Techtiplib on Thursday, January 9th, 2014 With No Comments »

Nowadays, social networks are becoming popular and familiar to many people. Signing up for a social networking account is easy, but sometimes delete it may be difficult. The following are guides on how to delete the account of social networking including: Facebook, Twitter,  Google+, …

How to delete Facebook account?

There are two options for deleting Facebook account:

1. Deactivate: This way to “Deactivate” your Facebook account and you can still reactivate any time you want. To get started, visit:

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2. Completely delete: Visit page:, click on “Delete My Account” button, enter your password and captcha, then click “Okay” button to finish. 

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By this way, your account will initially be deactivated and will be completely removed after 2 weeks. During this week, once you log-in the account will be activated again.

How to delete a Twitter account?

To delete your Twitter account just following: Access your account here, go to the Setting page, scrolling down the page and click on the link “Deactive My Account“. DONE!

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Your account will be completely removed after 30 days, once you access this time  your account will reactive!

How to delete a Google+ account?

Following the steps below to start:

Access your Google+ account here:

Go to the Setting page by click on the “Home” button at the top of your right:

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Scrolling down to find “Disable Google+“, click on the link as the photo below:

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Choose “Required: I understand that deleting this service can’t be undone and the data I delete can’t be restored”.

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