You don't want to rush into a breakup, but if you're ready, we've compiled the links, tips, and—in the most extreme cases—the phone numbers you need to sever ties.
(And let's be clear, there's a difference between deleting an account and just deactivating it.
For now at least, your master Microsoft account signs in to everything Microsofty, from and Skype to Xbox Live and Microsoft Office 365 subscriptions.
How you access your account depends on what site or service you enter, but there is a close account page.
You'll be given an option to do that, or just hide the channel instead.
Hiding has granular options like deleting comments you've made. Click Delete your Google profile and sign in to do just that.
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Each serves the same purpose—to let you know which sites and services make it easy to leave, which make it difficult, and which make it damn-near impossible.
Contact Customer Service and confirm your email address to do so.If you forge ahead through your veil of tears, Facebook will ask you to specify why you're leaving, then opt-out of future emails, agree to delete any apps or pages you've developed, and hit confirm. Facebook will leave you alone, but there's the option to reactivate.