How To Close/Delete A Webanswers Account

Are you a member? Would you like to shutdown, close or delete your user account regardless of the reason behind your choice? No matter what your reason for your account closure decision may be, this post will help you find a way you can have the above done.

Webanswers is a question and answer website which pays its members for their participation through the Google Adsense Revenue Sharing program. The site can be joined by all people from the allowed countries list (refer to the site for the whole list) for free while at the same time, anyone can ask and or answer a question for as long as he or she has an account there.

Once you answer a minimum of 50 answers, you are invited to the Adsense Program where by you can start earning from your participation. On the site, its quality which matters when compared to quantity. The more quality answers one provide, the higher the chances of earning since its quality which determines the quality score.

Like in everything else, different people tend to have different reasons as to why they would decide to close their accounts. The same applies to where one may simply want to delete his or her account for example to create a new one, to have a different username (pen name), to change the location, to take a break and many others.

If you really want to delete, terminate and end your account, you need to know that once its done, you will never recoverable. You will loose all of your awards, answers, leaderboard status, asked questions and everything including your Adsense Link Status if any.

Now that you know what will entail, below is how to go about the entire process.

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You should navigate on any page, scroll down to the bottom and click on contact us. You will be shown the options which you should fill and submit. The message you send will be received by the site Admin or owners who will decide on what to do basing on the reasons you give, and you will be notified on what to do next.

However, while you may want to end your account, I personally see no call for that since Webanswers is a legit and trustworthy site where by following the do’s and don’ts, you can make some good money off it.

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  2. SFG says:

    Hey Kat,

    As you well know, WebAnswers does not close or delete accounts just to close them down when someone quits. When a member wants to quit, they can only just stop posting. They can’t take back their content and can’t delete or edit anything for themselves and the site owners won’t do it for you.

    By design, content from each member no longer belongs to the author once posted on the site. All content becomes a joint composite from all who participate to remain on the site for potential future customers. Read the members agreement where you effectively grant permission to the site to use your content any way they wish once posted.

    The only content that gets removed is content that violates Google or WA site Terms of Service. Even if a member gets banned for loading up crap content, previous posts remain. The best they can hope for would be to post so much useless content the admin bans their account. That gets them the red letter notice on their profile page that says this member was banned for violations. Even the junk drjoe35 left behind is all still there.

    The premise of your above content is questionable at best. There is no “how to” about it.

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