Need help? Check out our Support site, then

deletion of account due to site not working

  1. Trying to confirm the email but the site won't let me use the password that is working on it. I want to delete it all.

  2. is no longer available.The authors have deleted this site.

  3. This is being posted for the benefit of those who may locate this thread in the searchbox in the future.

    Every WordPress.COM blog has a sole owner. It is the person with the WordPress.COM username account who registered the blog under that username account and a single associated email address, (which is the unique identifier) , and who is the original Admin of the blogs registered under that username account.

    You have to be logged in as Admin under the exact same username account that registered the blog to access the blog's dashboard.

    You can change your email address on your accounts page at

    Be sure to consult these guides:

    Issues Changing your Email Address

    Clicking this link should display all blogs registered under the same username, including the hidden ones:

    If you do not see the blog here then
    follow this guide >

    If the log-in information is lost visit

    If you are still not successful post the correct email address here and the software will redact it (hide it so only Staff can see it). Then type modlook into the sidebar tags on this thread for Staff help. How do I get a Moderator/Staff reply for my question? Then please subscribe to this thread so you are notified when they respond. To subscribe look in the sidebar of this thread, find the subscribe to topics link and click it.

  4. It's also important to know that you should never use a password on more than a single site. Using the same password on multiple sites makes all your online accounts vulnerable to hacking. And, the most common way for hackers to hack into your blog is to hack your email account first. How to Keep Your Blog Safe

    Don't doodle around with passwords by choosing e that you can recall Read:

  5. Lastly, know that deleting a site does not resolve an issue like this one or any other technical issue. Blog deletion is meant to be a permanent and irreversible act. Deleting a site requires ignoring several warnings that the URL cannot be registered again by you or anyone else, followed by an email with a site deletion link in it and the final warning regarding using it.

    Deleted blog URLs are not recycled, regardless of who registered and deleted them, and the only exceptions made are for deletions made 2 or more years ago is stated here

Topic Closed

This topic has been closed to new replies.

About this Topic