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To delete your Fling account , you must contact the customer service center by sending a message from your account. Before your account is removed, you can inactivate your profile to ensure that you don't appear in any search results and that other members can't send you messages on Fling.
Log in to your Fling account on either your mobile device or a computer, and click the icon with your picture in the upper-right corner of the screen to display the My Account menu. Select Account Settings from the menu. Choose Profile Settings from the menu on the left and then check the box next to Make My Profile Inactive to inactivate your account. Choose Save Changes to continue. Select Manage Membership from the menu on the left. Read through the information about managing your account and the instructions for cancelling your membership.
Click Customer Service Center to send a message to delete your account. Choose Other in the drop-down list box as the reason for your message, and type a message to inform the customer service representative that you want to cancel your membership and remove your account from Fling.
Click Send to send the message. After your membership is cancelled, you will no longer be able to access certain portions of the website. Enter your e-mail address and member ID in the fields indicated. The member ID can be found in the confirmation e-mail you received when you initially subscribed to Fling.
Enter the reason for your cancellation and review the terms of cancellation. Click "I Agree" to confirm you want to cancel your account. Write down your confirmation number. An e-mail will also be sent to you confirming that your account was cancelled. You must cancel your membership at least 24 hours before the end of your billing date to avoid being billed for the upcoming period.
You will not be able to contact other members or review messages once your account is cancelled. Maya Walker began writing professionally in Her articles have appeared on a variety of websites, covering technology, personal finance, music and health topics.
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