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Q: how to delete account

I would like to delete my account.  Plese send instructions on how to do this.  Thank you.

6 weeks 2 days ago in  General  - China

 
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You cannot delete your handle. Only Admin. can do that.

You might try and ask Admin through "Contact Us" on the bottom of the screen.

 

What you can do is erase all your posts and comments.

Click on "My Profile" and open individual reply with 'edit' and erase all written words with exception of one dot. You must leave one dot and your empty answer or comment will pop up.

 

Now, can I have yer accumulated pints, please ...?

... after you're done ...  

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