How to deactivate your Match.com Profile
Match.com is one of the most popular online based dating services. The website allows millions of users from more than 25 different countries to find a ‘match’ based upon their preferences. In order to use the services of the website, users must create an account and enlist their preferences. They can then view the profiles of other members of the website, and choose from users based upon the recommendations provided by the website itself. Match.com is an increasingly popular service, and has helped thousands of people find the love of their lives through the website’s portal. However, if you no longer want to use your Match.com profile and wish to remove your account permanently, there’s a simple enough procedure that you can follow. Here’s how.
1. Log in to your Match.com account
Type www.match.com in to your browser and click on the ‘Member Sign In’ button placed on the top left, right beside the logo. This will take you to a new screen that allows you to ‘Subscribe and view other bars.
2. Click on your screen name
Once you have logged in to the website, click on the screen name at the far right, and then select Account Settings. The Account Settings feature a number of different tabs, most of which allow you to make changes to general parts of your profile. It is extremely simple and detailed.
3. Change/ Cancel membership
If you have decided not to use your Match.com profile any longer, click on Change/ Cancel Membership from the Account Settings page. The page is directly accessible from the left hand column in the Account Settings page, allowing you to decide whether you want to change the type of your account or cancel membership completely.
4. Cancel Membership
Resign your subscription so that you are not charged for and deactivate your account. Furthermore, it is also advisable that you remove all third party accounts, such as Facebook from your Match.com profile before deactivating. It is recommended that users change the information before deactivating their accounts so that their information cannot be viewed by anybody else at a later date.