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Renji says

Hello to all,

do anybody know why the old unused accounts is not deactivated/deleted? :notfunny:

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TNL3542 says

contact support http://support.envato.com/ and ask them

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mihaimcm says

Uhh..3 years (or something like that) ago I made an account ,didn’t know to much about design so I didn’t spend to much time on GR ,after 1 year and some months I found GR again and wanted to see more about the site then I sow that I have an account already ,I was like wow XD and continued the whole day browsing GR

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chiccosinalo says

I dont think GR could actually do that, as you have seen even if an account has one item it has a chance of selling, and also for buyers it is believed they will always come back to purchase items even after staying years without using the acc.

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Renji says

@TNL3542, ehh..

@mihaimcm, true, but what about 6/7/8/n y/o accounts?

@chiccosinalo, i’m asking about clean/unused accounts, without any submitted items or purchases mate :)

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KurtBilisim says

do anybody know why the old unused accounts is not deactivated/deleted? :notfunny:

Why do you want such a thing? As far as I know there’s no site on the net which completely removes inactive accounts. E-Mail providers for example, clean and disable your mailbox however the account actually remains. Who knows, user might be back any moment. No place I know does that so why should envato?

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Renji says

@KurtBilisim, just asking, nothing more. FYI there are many websites that sometimes removing unused/empty/dead accounts, so anyone else be able to register a ‘dead’ login name.

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FRESHFACE says

They can disable old accounts on request, “freshface” was one of these old and unused accounts. TF veterans will remember us as “_freshface” until we asked for “freshface” :)

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gbs says

Because it seems like you cannot find out about it in the current policy :D

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chiccosinalo says

i get your point.

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