There is a more involved process involved in permanently deleting your Snapchat account than simply removing the app from your device. Here’s how to permanently erase your Snapchat account, step-by-step instructions included:
To delete your Snapchat account, go to this website.
To accomplish this, open a web browser and navigate to https://accounts.snapchat.com/accounts/delete_account.
Open your Snapchat account and log in.
Put in your password and username (or email).
Enter any data needed for verification.
You will be required to enter the extra code that was provided to your device if you have enabled two-factor authentication.
Carefully read the information displayed on the screen.
Snapchat will let you know what occurs if you decide to delete your account. You could lose all of your data, including conversations, friends, and photos.
To confirm the deletion, enter your password and username once more.
This is a precaution to make sure you don’t inadvertently erase your account.
Select “Continue” from the menu.
Your Snapchat account will be terminated for 30 days following this step. Your pals won’t be able to get in touch with you on Snapchat during this time.
Hold off for 30 days.
Your Snapchat account and all of your account data will be completely wiped after 30 days. You can reactivate your account on Snapchat if you check in before the 30-day period expires.
Please be aware that you have 30 days to log back in and reactivate your account if you decide to change your mind after starting the deletion procedure. However, your Snapchat account will permanently disappear when the 30-day period has elapsed.
Recall that following a permanent deletion, all of your memories, photos, and data connected to your Snapchat account would be gone and irretrievably lost. Before finishing the deletion procedure, it could be a good idea to save any significant memories or data that you would like to keep.