How to Delete an OnlyFans Account?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Delete an OnlyFans Account?

Is OnlyFans becoming stale, boring, and uninteresting and you don’t want any part of it anymore? Solid choice my friends! Let me help you with that:

  1. Go to “My Profile
  2. Select “Edit Profile
  3. Click on “Account
  4. Select “Delete account
  5. Enter the verification code and select “DELETE ACCOUNT

You see, OnlyFans makes it very easy to delete your account – but follow my instructions if you’re still confused about anything. Keep reading!

1. Go to “My Profile

Go to "My Profile"
Go to “My Profile

Assuming you’re already logged into your OnlyFans account, look for the “My profile” option on the left-hand side menu and select it.

2. Click on “Edit Profile

Click on "Edit Profile"
Click on “Edit Profile

Once you’re on your profile page, locate the “EDIT PROFILE” button (blue) in the top-right corner of the page (under the background image), and select it.

3. Select “Account

Select "Account"
Select “Account

On the “Edit Profile” page you’ll fin the “Account” option on the left-hand side, under the “Profile” option. Select it and keep reading:

4. Select “Delete Account

Select "Delete Account"
Select “Delete Account

Finally, we’re here. At the bottom of the account settings, you’ll find the “Delete account” option. Select it and see what’s next (because you can’t delete your account just like that).

5. Enter the verification code and select “DELETE ACCOUNT

Enter the verification code and select "DELETE ACCOUNT"
Enter the verification code and select “DELETE ACCOUNT

To finish deleting your account, you’ll need to enter a verification code in the text box. After you enter it, select “Delete Account,” and you’re done.

This will permanently delete your Onlyfans account, and you won’t be able to recover it. Do this only after you’ve thought it through (but I definitely support this decision 🙂 )

That’s it, now you’re free to start looking for an alternative, maybe. Hit me up in the comments below if you need help with something else!

Can you get a refund on OnlyFans?

No, you can’t. OnlyFans has a strict no-refund policy on its platform. This means that when you pay for something, you better be sure you want it.

There’s only one situation where they’ll issue a refund – if there was an error with your purchase, that isn’t your fault.

Otherwise, no refunds. So, if you decide to get a subscription for a spicy content creator and change your mind afterward, tough luck.

You’ll need to cancel the subscription and can’t get your money back. The content creator has the option to return your money, but it’s unlikely they will.

I recommend practicing extreme care when buying anything on OnlyFans, be it a piece of content or a subscription to a creator’s premium content.

Can you do OnlyFans anonymously?

Yes, you can. When you create an OnlyFans account, you don’t need to use your real name.

You can use any username, as long as it’s not taken. And you don’t need a profile picture, either.

But you need your email address and payment method if you want to tip or pay for subscriptions on OnlyFans.

Fortunately, you can create a random email address and use it on the platform. As for the payment method, you can’t bypass this.

You’ll need a simple payment method if you want to pay for anything on OnlyFans. But the website is safe enough.

You can keep your anonymity on OnlyFans by not uploading a profile picture and not using a real name.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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