How To Suspend Facebook Account For A Few Days
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On Twitter, you deactivate your account and it deletes permanently after 30 days. During this time your account is deactivated. Deactivation is not available on mobile devices and must be done by accessing twitter.com on the web.
You are only able to permanently delete your account on Snapchat. It takes 30 days for the deletion to take place, in which time your account will be deactivated.
During these 30 days, your friends will not be able to contact or interact with you on Snapchat. After 30 days, your account will be permanently deleted, including your friends, Snaps, Chats and Stories. Your username will no longer be available.
If you change your mind in the 30 days after deleting your account you can log back into Snapchat like you normally would using your username and password. This will reactivate your account and stop your account being deleted.
In a blog post Monday, editor-in-chief Danny Sullivan said that while doing a \"how do I\" search on Google he noticed that \"how do I delete my facebook account\" was one of the top suggested search topics.
Facebook says that it needs up to 90 days from the start of the deletion request to remove everything you've posted permanently. It may even keep some data in backup storage for legal issues as part of its data policy. It also offers a 30-day grace period after you erase your account. Here is how to cancel your account deletion within 30 days:
Otherwise, it takes 90 days for Facebook to remove information on a deleted account from its servers. Some details will still exist, but any personal identifiers will disappear. You'll become a statistic.
Take the same approach with your Facebook friends in general. Post a status a few days before you plan on deleting your account, and ask that anyone who wants to keep in touch send a message with their contact info.
Facebook will take up to 90 days to delete all of your account data from its servers. For the first 30 days of that period, you can still sign in and cancel your deletion request. Your account will be restored and it'll be like you never left. For better or worse.
Deleting your Facebook account is a permanent option. Your account and all associated data will be removed from Facebook's servers within 90 days. If you log back into your account in the first 30 days following your deletion request, however, the request will be canceled and your account will be fully restored. But after that 30-day period, there's no way to reverse your deletion request; your account and all information will be lost.
Another step you'll want to take a few days before you delete your account is to let people know you're leaving Facebook. You can either create a post for your friends to see, or reach out privately to some of your Facebook friends, and let them know of an alternative way to stay in touch with you. Remember, once you delete your account, you'll also lose access to Facebook Messenger.
Facebook basically offers two ways to say goodbye to the network. You can delete or deactivate your Facebook account. When delete your Facebook account within 90 days, the platform promises to delete all your data permanently. If you want to visit Facebook again, you have to create a new account. Deactivating the Facebook account means that you can no longer be found via search and you will no longer appear in your friends lists. Your posts and messages, chat messages and so on will remain. Only your private chronicle disappears from the public timeline. By and large, deactivation can also be compared to a longer period of inactivity.
Facebook informs you that your account will be deleted within 14 days. The whole process, however, only starts after 14 days, because that is how long Facebook waits for you to log in again, either consciously or unconsciously. Only after you have successfully failed to do so will your data be deleted. It can take up to 90 days before all your posts, photos, status messages and other data stored in backup systems have really been deleted. However, and Facebook itself points this out, you may still have some data that is not directly tied to your Facebook account, such as chat messages that your friends might still see or backups in the depths of the network.
Furthermore, Facebook delays deletion for a few days after you make the request. If you log back into the Facebook account during this time, it cancels the deletion request. In addition, if your loved one owns any Facebook pages, these are also deleted.
Hi steve, i delete my facebook account my 14 days grace period is going it going to finished on january 25th. after the complete deletion can i get the username for new account. because i am drop to time line i hate that that is why i delete my account and i want the same username so please let me know that all way to get back my facebook username.thanks
I actually deleted my account with above mentioned method couple of months ago. Then waited patiently for 2 weeks.During those 2 weeks I got more then average requests/newsletters from facebook in my mail as compared to earlier.However, my account got deleted after 2 weeks. I verified this by trying to log in with original email/password and it refused to let me in.
Pietro I think your suggestion should be followed by everyone who wants to delete his or her profile on facebook. Combining your insight with the link posted by pk below, I would say STEP ONE is to complete bugger your account, delete photos and untag photos and revise the demographic info, change your name if it lets you. THEN after a month or two to give google and other search engines a chance to forget the old fb data STEP TWO is to delete the account. This strikes me as something similar to a naval crew scuttling the ship before surrendering.
Now in regards to my personal privacy, my account at facebook is 100% anonymous. You can find me there at The only reason I have an account on facebook is to drive traffic to my site groovyPost.com and to administer my page groovyPost. Being that they have 350+ million users, I think it would be silly for me to ignore this userbase.
I keep seeing many forum posts from people not knowing how to delete their facebook account; only deactivating. And many of them are complaining about deactivating/deleting the account only to find they are reactivated in a short time. Probably has to do with using facebook credentials to log into other connected sites.
So I ask, if you see a post or hear a friend/person talking about the problem of deleting their facebook account, provide them with the address to this page; or at least help them with deleting their account.
I just deleted my facebook account cause of old comments i wrote that i dont want people to see, i know i know i should have just deleted them but the wall stories were too long! I was wondering since i deleted it will all the wall posts, picture comments, emails i made be permanently deleted?
I deactivated my account and of course it did nothing .. i found this page Thank YOu so much for figuring it out !!! it was really frustrating . 14 days is what it takes for tabacco cravings to leave your system so i guess they figure you wont last that long away lol. anyway i dont know how you found the link to this but thank YOU !!!!! now i am going to wait 14 days and pray it is delelted ~!
Thank you very much for showing me how to delete my account. It has been approximately 4 months since I last logged in after COMPLETELY removing my account. At the time having facebook was just too much of a distraction and hassle for the particular work rate I was at, and I really should have temporality deactivated it. Instead I referenced from here and thought I would be better off without facebook completely, and permanately removed my account. Now I really regret this, and with free time and friends to catch up with living far away, facebook could be quite useful. I was just wondering if anyone knew how I could possibly bring back a permanetly removed account, and if so would they be nice enough to tell me : ) ?
If I want to reuse the username I used on an account I permanently deleted on another account, do I have to wait 14 days after request to delete account was made? Is it still possible to reuse username?
Yes, you can re-use usernames and passwords on facebook. You do however need to follow the steps above to deactivate and delete your account then wait the 14 days for the actual delete to take effect. Once that happens you should be able to re-use everything.
Getting an email to a human at facebook support is a VERY problematic task. For what is worth, firstname.lastname@example.org worked for me back in June. Yes, believe it or not I actually got a meaningful reply from this email address! That was the key to deleting my account, in that it gave me the correct username/pword/email combo to begin the very precise steps outlined in this marvelous article.
i have 3 facebook accounts one i use witch i want to keep my email is for that is email@example.com i want to keep that one i have 2 other witch i used a mobile number for with the same pics cant get on them dont no the number or the passward i realy need to get on them i need someone to do it for me please plus wat i said at the top i want that account deleting for good now and make a new one so when i get on there wen i make a new one i will just have the one account please please thanks 2b1af7f3a8