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Aferdita Beciri

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How can I remove my Account completely
Posted: May 9, 2017 1:55 AM
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Can someone of you tell me how can I interrupt the relationsschips with Kindle at once?
The answer would be welcome
Donna St Felix

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Re: How can I remove my Account completely
Posted: May 9, 2017 2:48 AM   in response to: Aferdita Beciri in response to: Aferdita Beciri
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Aferdita Beciri wrote:
Can someone of you tell me how can I interrupt the relationsschips with Kindle at once?
The answer would be welcome

To remove books, go to your Bookshelf. Click on the 3 dots on the far right of EACH book. There is an option there to click to remove a book (that book).
To close out your account, I am not sure you can do that. Contact Customer Service below at 'Contact Us' and ask them.
Notjohn

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Re: How can I remove my Account completely
Posted: May 9, 2017 3:33 AM   in response to: Aferdita Beciri in response to: Aferdita Beciri
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Be aware, however, that if you have ever sold a copy, your book will remain on Amazon's servers forever (more or less) so that the person who bought it can always download a fresh copy.

I've never understood why people make an issue of having an account. Is it that you think canceling it will cause Jeff Bezos to lose sleep? That's a noble sentiment, and I'm sure there are many people in the world -- small bookstore owners especially -- who would like to see it happen, but it does seem rather pointless. I mean, there must be two million of us by this time. Who would notice one publisher leaving?

Good luck! -- NJ

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