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How To Delete Your Facebook Account
One Click Deletion
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Slides & Instructions
Deleting your Facebook Account is easy. Login to your account from a computer browser and follow the steps below. You cannot delete your account from within the mobile app.
Click here to open Facebook. If you're already logged in, doing so will open your Facebook homepage
Click the downward facing arrow on top right
Click your Facebook information
Click delete your account information
Click delete account
Type your password and click continue
Click delete account
Please note, deletion will be complete in 30 days. If you login to your account during that 30 days you will reactivate your account.
Questions & Answers
Once you submit your account for deletion, you have 30 days to reactivate your account and cancel the deletion. After 30 days, the deletion process will begin and you won't be able to retrieve any of the content or information you have added.
Once you go through the deletion Steps, it can take up to 90 days for your data that’s stored in backup systems to be deleted. However, your info isn’t accessible on Facebook during this time Even after Deletion, copies of some material (like log records) may remain in Facebook’s database, but are “disassociated from personal identifiers,” according to the company.
Once you go through the deletion steps, it can take up to 90 days for your data that’s stored in backup systems to be deleted. However, your info isn’t accessible on Facebook during this time Even after deletion, copies of some material (like log records) may remain in Facebook’s database, but are “disassociated from personal identifiers,” according to the company.
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