- Delete one by email address – pick which one you would like to use.
- Tell your friends on the other account that you’re moving and sign in with the new email address.
- Delete the old account.
If you want to keep the page, copy the link of your page and create a new account with that name. You’ll lose all friends and posts, but you can still run it as a business page.
My daughter has a Facebook account under my email address, how do I get rid of it? How do I delete both of our accounts from Facebook using Android while keeping my original account active and intact? Here is the answer: Run this app on your smartphone: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app_for_facebookscrapper Please follow these simple steps to remove two facebook pages at once: Open this app; Allow admin permissions (if asked); Tap “Scrape” button once. It will take some time to fetch data, please wait until it is done; Tap “Delete ID #1”, then confirm delete of your account; Tap “Copy ID #1 link” and copy the link there into browser; Create new Facebook account (using two-step verification if possible) using that link.
I need someone who can permanently delete my facebook account without leaving a trace …. but I don’t want to use any of these programs as they are too complicated for me. And i don’t want to buy days on fiverr or freelancer because I found 2 guys on fiverr who were scams and charged me $100 yet they did nothing at all!
Edit: Please, a quick solution to this would be appreciated. I’m really trying to get rid of my account! Thanks for all the answers guys, but as it stands I cannot create another fb page as i already have one created under a different email, so the only way i can ensure no trace is found is to delete both accounts… But how? And what happens if i try and change my email address on fb? Will they know and will they still ban me? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!!
What everyone should understand here is that there are 2 elements in this equation: 1) The services and people who provide you with steps to “delete” your Facebook profile(s), and 2) Facebook’s back-end system that may or may not still track your activity. #1 is a business and there’s nothing wrong with that. If you have been paying for services, you can refuse to pay them when they don’t deliver what you paid for. The “delete” methods they provide are also often flawed; being inherently destructive makes it extremely easy to leave traces behind.
#2 is the heart of the matter: Facebook has a vested interest in tracking, analytics, and data mining all users that use their products/services whether we like it or not. It’s pretty much expected at this point (and many people agree with this approach). Facebook itself has said over and over again that there isn’t a way to really delete yourself from its servers, and they’re being completely honest about that. The only way to truly delete all your data (and the trail of activity) is to use a powerful, 3rd party tool. Here’s an example:
This service erases literally everything from Facebook; even your account information on servers is erased so you can’t re-signup in the future. It may seem expensive – $149 – but it’s one time fee and done forever – you don’t have to shell out any more money for extra services or worry about them pulling another bait-and-switch at some later date. It’s not rocket science; there are many people who will do a good job cleaning up the mess for you.
Here’s one other tip: If you ever need to re-signup for Facebook down the road, use a real email address that isn’t tied directly to your current name/profile. I’d suggest getting an account through Gmail or Yahoo and using your first and last name in the username (and not “firstname_lastname”). This will reduce some confusion about who you are when others try to contact you.
Update on April 3rd – FBDelete has been taken offline until further notice. The webmaster of this site does not want to be associated with it anymore due to issues he is having with his PayPal account. We have contacted him numerous times; he refuses to respond back.
If you’re looking for the best alternative so you can permanently delete your Facebook account, then click here now to learn more about The Social Networking Delete Button.
1. Delete one by email address – pick which one you would like to use.
2. Tell your friends on the other account that you’re moving and sign in with the new email address.
3. Delete the old account.
If you would like to have a personal Facebook account and a business Facebook account, you need two separate email addresses – Facebook only allows for one account per email. However, if you wanted to create a second account with your original email address as the contact, you can do this too.
Log in to your Facebook account, then click further down the menu until you see the “Settings” icon. Click it. When the next page opens, click the button that says “Deactivate Your Account.”