Give a reason you're leavingmost sites want to know what they can improve, or did wrong and then click Continue.
You have time to reinstate your account, if you regret the deletion.
To close an account, log in, click Account & Settings at the top of the page, then click Close Your Account (under Personal Information).That's the trick: Deactivation is not the same as deletion. Your friends on Facebook will all think you bailed. If you were an early adopter of social networks, you may still have an account there doing nothing to get you new, real friends (like those you have on Facebook! You need to provide your e-mail address, password, give a reason you're canceling, and check off the "Yes, I want to cancel my Friendster account" box.However, you have the option to reactivate it in the future, without losing any photos, notes, or pokes. You can even list what new social network you've moved to, just to make Friendster feel bad.My Space Canceling your My Space account is easywhen it works. Sign in, click the My Account link, then click Account, scroll down to the bottom, and click Cancel Account. Go through with the cancellation and you can't bring back your accountthough you can create a new account using the same e-mail address you used before. First, the account might remain visible for a while. After that, if the My Space page is still there, you may safely assume the deletion didn't go through.That's won't restore your previous music, pictures, and blog posts, however. Now you need to e-mail [email protected] ask for assistance. That's a "handwritten sign with the word My and include your My Space Friend/Profile ID number." Hold it up while having your picture taken.Those users can log in and remove themselves anytime.Visit the Member Support Email Contact form, pick a reason you're leaving, and click Yes. If you've paidbase cost is for three monthsyou've got a Gold Membership at Classmates.com, and that makes it a little more complicated.No matter what you call itdeleting, canceling, removing, whateverwhen you want to be rid of an online account, you'll find most sites don't feel obliged to make it too easy for you. And if you've managed to quit a service not in this story, be kind and share your tips.So we've cut to the chase as much as possible to give you the links, the tips, and in the worst cases, the fax and phone numbers you need to sever ties. Another site linking up you and your alma matermates and another lawsuit: One user claims he was told by Classmates that several people were trying to contact him.Contact the Member Support Team and someone will get back to you in e-mail or via live Internet chat.Classmates will dummy the account back down to free so you can do the removal. I tried it, hit 1 for customer support, then 2 for a question about the Web site, and got an operator after 4 minutes. Facebook Recent issues with the Facebook terms of servicewhich would have given Facebook rights to everything you post there, for the remainder of timehad some users threatening to pull out.