How to delete your Ring account
- Visit the Data Requests page by typing in ring.com/account/datarequests into your browser.
- Read the disclaimers.
- Click on the blue Delete my Personal Information box.
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How to Delete a Ring Account
Ring operates all of its product offerings and devices on a cloud-based networking system. This allows all user-owned data and video capture to be stored and easily accessed through the Ring smartphone application. Having all of this centralized into one app, and stored in the cloud, requires that every user who has a Ring device create an account unique to the user and the devices installed and monitored by the user. But what if you wanted to delete the account?
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1. Login to ring.com using the same email. 2. Tap to a password that you use for your Ring app. 3. Once you’re logged in. 4. Click on the three lines to the left of the Ring logo. 5. Tap on an existing plan. 6. Tap Cancel Plan. 7. Choose a reason for cancellation. 8. Choose when to cancel the plan. 9. Confirm cancellation.
How To Delete Ring Account
Step 1. Type in ring.com in your web browser.Step 2. Click on the Login link in the top right corner.Step 3. Enter your login information and click Sign In.Step 4. Visit the Data Requests page by typing in ring.com/account/datarequests into your browser.Step 5. Read the disclaimers.Step 6. Click on the blue Delete my Personal Information box to permanently delete your account.
Step 1. Open your email account that is registered with the application or website.Step 2. Now compose an email and enter the email address [email protected]Step 3. In the Subject section, type “REQUEST TO DELETE MY ACCOUNT”. Step 4. Now write an email requesting them to delete your account from their database, and to wipe all your information with them, if any.
If you’d like to opt-out of marketing and other non-transactional communications from Ring, email [email protected] or click the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of an email you’ve received from Ring. You will not be able to opt out of important or transactional communications from them, for example, billing confirmations and reminders, device updates, security-related communications, and service announcements.