Nothing is more valuable than the personal information you share on the internet. This is why many websites, specially social networking, shopping and job search sites make it really tough for you to delete your account from their sites. At times, one gets a feeling that deleting the web account is tougher than convincing a telemarketer!

The reason for this lies in the fact that these social networking and job search websites are desperate to retain you whatever it takes, even if you are inactive for months or years together. Quoting huge and growing numbers of users add to the website’s value and they won’t let it go so easily.


If you are having trouble deleting your account from Monster, Amazon, ebay, Facebook, LinkedIn or Digg, look no further, just visit Delete Your Account! It is an online resource that helps you delete accounts from an ever-growing number of online services like

  • Amazon
  • AOL Instant Messenger (AIM)
  • Digg
  • eBay
  • Facebook
  • Flickr
  • FriendFeed
  • Google
  • Hotmail
  • iTunes
  • LinkedIn
  • LiveJournal
  • Meebo
  • Monster
  • MyBlogLog
  • MySpace
  • OkCupid
  • Orkut
  • PayPal
  • reddit
  • The Pirate Bay
  • Twitter
  • Wikipedia
  • WordPress
  • Yahoo
  • YouTube

More services will be added soon.

Clicking on the service from which you want to cut the cord, you’ll get a quick link that takes you right where you need to go on individual sites to nuke your account. You’ll even get a couple of handy pointers for each site to make sure you get it right. If there are any details that you need to know like whether a site actually holds onto deleted data, that’s listed as well.

Delete Your Account is really a huge time saver when you want to cancel your online accounts from multiple websites. Whenever possible, it even lists the ways to restore your deleted account in case you want it back.

Delete Your Account

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Raju is the founder-editor of Technology Personalized. A proud geek and an Internet freak, who is also a social networking enthusiast. You can follow him on Facebook and on Twitter. Mail Raju PP. Follow rajupp