A time will come for some MySpace members to longer use their account. Perhaps a bad experience turned them off, or parent wants to let their child stop using the account. When this happens. The next section will talk about deleting a MySpace account and give instructions on how to do it.
When your child sets up an account with out your permission, you can immediately delete the account. Parents always have the right for their child. Working with your child on deleting the account is advisable. Procedure is easy, once logged into their account, go to “Account Settings” page and click “Cancel Account”. There will be an email notification to confirm the cancellation.
If you fail to receive an email conformation, please delete all the contents from your child's MySpace profile and add the words "Remove Profile" into the "About Me" section. Inform MySpace with the URL of your child's profile and they will act on it.
There will be a time that you decide to delete your own account. Even though MySpace can be a great place to collect, and meet new friends, problems do occur sometimes. Perhaps you were harassed by another member, and the issue cannot be resolve. Or maybe you got married and your other half needs you to remove your account. So many factors can cause you to consider having a MySpace profile. This is normal.
Deleting your MySpace account needs you to be logged into your homepage. Locate the link labeled "Account Settings" and enter. On "Account Settings" page, you will see a horizontal list of red links which includes a link marked "Cancel Account", click this. You will receive an email confirmation about account deletion. If not, you need to do the same as what you did with your child's profile. Remove all information from your profile, including pictures, and add the words "Delete Profile" into the "About Me" section. Once MySpace administrators discovers this, they will automatically delete your account