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I have gotten two rude answers to my question which I do not appreciate. I have a new Twitter account and would like my old one deactivated. The problem is my old email address is no longer valid. I w

I can't do anything. I have my new Twitter account. The problem is my old Twitter account is still on there and I would like it deactivated. The email address I had for my old Twitter account I deactivated because I had to create a new email address. Is there a way to fix this and get my old account deactivated? I would appreciate more respectful answers and not rudeness.

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    Nostromov Jul 27, 2015

    Yup, "two rude answers" & then you don't even bother to comment to the person that suggested a solution and/or give an update about what happened... Some people's children. ;-P

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Your best bet is to contact twitter and ask them to delete the account you can send them a message using your new account and give them the information to your old account

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Do the following (information thanks to twitter)

  • We only retain your user data for 30 days from the date of deactivation, after which it is permanently deleted.
  • You may reactivate your account at any time during these 30 days by logging in.
  • You do not need to deactivate your account to change your username or email address; you can change it at any time in your account settings.
  • To use a username or email address on another account, you must first change them and then confirm the change prior to deactivation. (See below for instructions.)
  • We do not control content indexed by search engines like Google or Bing.
  • After deactivation, your account should be removed within a few minutes, however some content may be viewable on twitter.com for a few days.

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  2. Go to your Account settings and click on Deactivate my account at the bottom of the page.
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  • Sign in to twitter.
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  • Click Okay, fine, deactivate account.
  • Enter your password when prompted and verify.

This will deactivate your account for 30 days after which your account will be permanently deleted. If you decide to keep your account you can reactivate it just by signing in within those first 30 days.

More information is available at: https://support.twitter.com/articles/15358-deactivating-your-account

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  • Read the account deactivation information. Click Okay, fine, deactivate account.
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  • Enter your password when prompted and verify that you want to deactivate your account.

Your user data is retained for 30 days from the date of deactivation, after which it is permanently deleted.

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  • Enter your password when prompted and verify that you want to deactivate your account.
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  2. Go to your Account settings and click on Deactivate my account at the bottom of the page.
  3. Read the account deactivation information. Click Okay, fine, deactivate account.
  4. Enter your password when prompted and verify that you want to deactivate your account.

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I'm assuming you're trying to sign up for a new Twitter account with a new email address? Unfortunately Twitter won't allow you to sign up for a new account with the same email address as the old account.
If you're trying with a new email address, it sounds like you have a cookie from Twitter that is "remembering" your old account. Try this: After deactivating your account again, go into your browser settings and delete your cookies. The instructions will vary based on the browser you're using, but below are the instructions for Internet Explorer.

  • Go to Tools - Internet Options. If you don't see Tools, look for a gear icon in the upper-right of your browser window.
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How To Deactivate Your Twitter Account

Deactivating your account permanently removes your profile and information from Twitter. Deactivated profiles will take 30 days to clear from our internal systems. While the deactivation is being completed, usernames or email addresses cannot be used in the creation of a new account. Before you do it, you should know...
  • This is final and permanent.
  • You do not need to deactivate your account to change your username; change it easily and at any time in your account settings.
  • Unless you change your username and email before deactivation, you will not be able to use them on a new account for 30 days.
  • Account restoration is not available at this time.
To deactivate your account:
  1. Log in to Twitter
  2. Click Settings from the drop-down menu at the top right of your Twitter account.
  3. Click 'deactivate my account' at the bottom of the page (shown below).
  4. Enter your password when prompted.
  5. Verify that you really want to do it and voila, it's done.
To free up your username or email address before deactivating your account:
  1. Go to your Settings page from the drop-down menu at the top right of your Twitter account.
  2. In the username field, choose a new username (Try adding an underscore or a number to it).
  3. In the email address field, change your email address to a new address you also own.
  4. Confirm the new email address via a link we send to you (very important!).
  5. Proceed with deactivation as listed above. Your email and username will now be free to use on a new account should you choose to sign up again during the 30 day deactivation period.

Note: we change your settings immediately, and any/all old links appearing in a Google or other search index thus lead to error pages. However, these old links appear because Google and other search engines have cached old content in their search index. Twitter has no control over this, but you can send them a request to take it down.

more info please visit: https://support.twitter.com/articles/15358-how-to-deactivate-your-account

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