The people at PC Magazine did a very comprehensive note on how to delete user accounts from different web services,
I you had fear that websites may disclose your personal details and information’s,yo must consider this list. Of course there will be a privacy agreement you accept while creating a account like “We do not provide contact information to third party marketers without your permission. But you must consider recent “Facebook ” policy update,of course they changed it later.
Direct link to delete the account from Facebook, when it completes … ‘ll erase all the content and what you can not recover.
2 Linkedin :
This is the link to close the account but if you repent, it seems that you can call +1-650-687-3600 in the re-turn;)
It has the most bizarre, click on My Account, then Cancel Account … and finally you have to send a mail to [email protected] with digital photo attached or MySpace a link asking them to remove if you send a picture of you with your MySpace Friend / Profile ID to friends or myspace people, then support team will compare the sent digtial photo attached or myspace link with their accounts… WTF?
4 – Amazon:
Directly from the contact form there is a direct option to “Close My Account”:)
5 – Paypal:
Go into your PayPal account, click “Profile”, then “Close Account” and ready if there are problems you should call support.
To delete an eBay account,just login to your account and visit this link Close my eBay Account
7. Twitter: Click on Settings, then Delete ready;)
Please….beware, if you click on this Flickr delete link,it will delete all your photos and videos and which will not be recovered … but perhaps that is what you want;)
And if you want to delete the mother of all your accounts you can disappear from the Google services simply go to the Delete Products page and find link that says “Close account and delete all services and info associated with it” … and ready; )
The PC Mag Note provides more details but I think some irrelevant because they have expired, such as MSN Messenger or the more problematic like iTunes and delete your account if you could stay up without listening to music with DRM, but as always it is your decision to make your digital life … and real;)