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Now, I can’t make any promises that after all this work (and 14 days of course) Facebook will delete your account because it’s not my company.Deleting your Facebook will delete all of your account information and remove your ability to login to the service. According to Facebook, once your account permanently deletes, there is no way to restore your account or your data. Even after confirming the deletion of your account, Facebook will only deactivate it, leaving you 14 days to log back in and cancel the entire deletion. which it managed to collect from you over the years in its social web.With that in mind, please move forward reading all large and fine print. The 14 day grace period is Facebook’s last-ditch attempt to lure you somehow back into the service either accidentally or from some subconscious Facebook addiction in order to abort the account cancellation process.Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?for free chat rooms features, amazing online chat rooms, and mobile chat at the click of a mouse.
And, being that pretty much anything you plug into Facebook is immediately shared with your friends, per the Facebook Terms of service (see highlight in bold,) the license you grant Facebook stays in effect indefinitely even if you do manage to delete your account permanently. To re-activate your account, all you need to do is sign-in to Facebook or use your Facebook ID to sign-in to another service () and everything is right back where you left it as if you never left – pictures, friends, posts, your IP….