Yeah we all get sick and tired of Facebook at some point; I have, many many times! I’ve deleted my old Facebook account permanently but ended up getting a new one after a couple of months. I’m not complaining about the old one though, managed to get rid of a whole load of drama from that one and the new one is just for the people I consider as friends, families and some harmless strangers.
Facebook can be annoyingly addictive, if you’re someone who logs into it every few minutes or someone who has never logged out, you might want to consider deleting it temporarily for a while to see how bad your addiction to log in is. The reason I say this is because I used to be super addicted to it and I was literally counting days/months to get a new account back. There is absolutely no point in deleting your Facebook permanently if you’re going to create another account anytime earlier than at least a year (unless you want to get rid of some people on your friends list the nice way of course!).
Made up your mind? Okay here is how you do it!
STEP 1: Login to your Facebook account and visit this link below:
Facebook will ask you if you’re super sure that you wish to delete your account permanently to which you will have to click on the “Delete My Account” option as shown in the image below.
STEP 2: Once you click on that option, another small message will pop up as shown in the second image below. Enter your password and the captcha and click ok and you will be set free from your Facebook addiction/troubles (Until you start missing it so much that you decide to create another account. :P)
Facebook will give a little message after the second step letting you know that your account will be permanently deleted if you keep your fingers away from the login button for the next 14 days. This is not always a good thing because trust me, it can really play around with your temptation to keep logging in before the 14th day deadline hits.
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