Facebook doesn’t want you to deactivate your Facebook Account. With so many criticism and negations that were developed keeping Facebook on centrally oriented things, we happen to find the possible reasons on the Account Deactivation page of the Facebook profile. This is also like how to deactivate your facebook account and what will happen if you deactivate your Facebook account.
First step on deactivating Facebook is to go to the Setting >> Account Setting page next to your name once you are logged into it.
Are you sure you want to deactivate your account?
Wow, Facebook says your friends will no longer be able to keep in touch with you and some of your frequent contacts are shown that they will miss you. Is it a sort of blackmail or what.
After all, if you are on the deactivate page, means you should be able to deactivate or close your Facebook account in no seconds.
Why are you deactivating? Now facebook wants it. They might be using this information to improve their site features. But did Facebook asked us that we do we want to sign up with Facebook? The answer is NO. Facebook must improve and remove their biasness.
- I receive too many emails, invitations and requests from Facebook. They say you can control which emails you receive from us. But they force on receiving emails even from their own systems. You can check your settings here for not to receive Facebook emails (http://www.facebook.com/editaccount.php?notifications&ref=deac4).
- I don’t feel safe on Facebook. Most people say that. You can alter your privacy settings to make sure you are more protected. We also allow you to organise your friends in different Friend lists in order to share certain information with select people. Additionally, you can block certain people from seeing your profile and contacting you altogether.
- I don’t understand how to use Facebook. Learn the basics with the Getting Started Guide. You can also find answers from us, as well as other users, in our Help Centre. However, Facebook’s help centre is not provided in many languages as does the main Facebook page. If they are able to translate (in fact they made us to translate into our languages) main Facebook pages, why not the help center.
- I have another Facebook account. Facebook should allow people having multiple account and with own different email account to merge. But sadly this is not so.
- I spend too much time using Facebook. One way to control your interaction with Facebook is to limit the number of emails you receive from us. You can control which emails you receive here (http://www.facebook.com/editaccount.php?notifications&ref=deac4) .
- This is temporary. I’ll be back. Remember, you can reactivate at any time by logging in with your email and password, although you must have access to your current login email address. Also note that your admin status in any groups or events will not be automatically restored after activation. We leave this to Facebook.
- I have a privacy concern. Please remember that you can always control the information that you share and who can see it. Before you deactivate, please take a moment to learn more about how privacy works on Facebook. If there is a specific question or concern you have, we hope you’ll let us know so we can address it in the future. But the future as Facebook told us never came so early, they are concentrated on those ads, and referring friends, and fan pages only rather than core framework.
- I don’t find Facebook useful. You may find Facebook more useful by connecting with more of your friends. Take a look at our Friend Finder to see who you know on the site. Also take a look at the Getting Started Guide for an overview and tips on using Facebook. Don’t find the Wall or Groups particularly useful? Besides our core features, you can also find additional functionality built by outside developers. Check out our Application directory to find what else we have to offer. Okay atleast if you din’t find Facebook useful, you should have already quit your Facebook. However, it’s still not that bad using Facebook. My personal view only.
Virtually, you can not opt out of receiving emails from Facebook and this is so pathetic. They say that even after you deactivate, your friends can still invite you to events, tag you in photos or ask you to join groups. If you opt out, you will NOT receive these email invitations and notifications from your friends. While the Facebook team will be still sending an email to your mailbox to say that their privacy feature has been upgraded.
You might like to read our previous article about Top reasons why You should Quit FACEBOOK
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