Kill Those Accounts You Don’t Want, You Don’t Need, or You don’t Use

By | September 9, 2014
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Kill Those Accounts You Don’t Want, You Don’t Need, or You don’t Use

We’ve all done it – we get caught up in the moment and sign-up for something that sounds really cool at the time. Alas, it turns out to be not so cool and we don’t use it, or we get flooded with emails, or messages or people wanting be connect with us. It happens all the time. And if it has happened to you then you know it’s much easier to sign up for something than it is to delete your account — it’s almost like all online accounts are like the Hotel California; you can check-in anytime you want but you can never leave.

If you have online accounts you’d like to kill and kill with a minimum of red tape, you might want to give AccountKiller a try. AccountKiller makes it a lot easier to extricate yourself from an account or accounts you don’t want than trying to navigate the labyrinth of twists and turns most sites make you navigate before you can remove account.

Our motto is: Whatever makes things easier makes things better. Why pull your hair out trying to figure out how to delete an online account? Is this why there are so many people going bald these days. Don’t put up with mazes and roadblocks sites create to keep you from deleting your account. Give AccountKiller a try and see how much easier online life can be.

From the AccountKiller people comes these words of wisdom:, first aid in account termination

Want to ditch your online account? Shouldn’t be a problem, right? Unfortunately, on many websites, including popular ones like Facebook, deleting your account can be a real pain.

AccountKiller collects direct links and deleting instructions to make account termination easy. Websites like Skype that do not allow deleting your profile in an easy way at all get blacklisted. Luckily there are websites that do care about your online privacy.

Ready to kill those accounts that you can’t seem to close or get rid of? Visit AccountKiller right now and kill those pesky things.

6 thoughts on “Kill Those Accounts You Don’t Want, You Don’t Need, or You don’t Use

  1. Barb Branca

    Thanks so much for passing this site along as, like you mention, you sign up for something thinking it will be just what you want or need and ends up being a pain in the neck.

    Always great to get your informative information.

  2. Glenda

    That’s wonderful! Now, if only someone could come up with a way to kill robo and telemarketer phone calls. They are driving me crazy!

    1. Stanley C McKinley

      Glenda, I have a program that I use to stop telemarketers in their tracks.

      It is called PhoneFree version 1.39 (this is the last free version and it is the one I use). TC&EB have listed on their site (I think) I have not been able to find it online anywhere the only thing I can find is the newer versions which I don’t like as well.

      BTW. you must have a MODEM to use it and have caller id from your phone company.

  3. JoninOz

    Hi TC & EB,
    Some time ago you had an article in InfoAve Premium relating to SpamGourmet .com, an email address where the user can control the amount of email received if one finds it necessary to sign up to a site, but only require temporary access.
    I have used SpamGourmet on many occassions and it works well at stopping unwanted email.

    1. infoave Post author

      Emsisoft does not block this site unless you have it configured incorrectly. Take Emsisoft out of “Paranoid” mode.


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