Published Published June 11, 2024
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How to delete eHarmony account

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eHarmony is an online dating website that allows members to be matched with compatible persons. Millions of records about people of all ages, ethnicities, national origins, and religious and political beliefs are stored on the website. eHarmony is available in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Keep in mind that dating websites and apps collect information on users and share it with their affiliates and third parties, including data brokers (AKA people-search sites). Onerep helps you take control of your data. We scan over 100 people-search engines to find those exposing your private information and then remove your listings from those sites. Sign up for a free 5-day trial today to see how we help protect your privacy.

How to remove your information from eHarmony?

1. Go to and log into your account.

2. Click on the arrow next to your profile picture at the top of the screen to see the dropdown menu.

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3. Click the “Account Settings” option.

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4. Click on “Billing.”

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5. Click the “Close account” link.

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6. Confirm our opt-out request by clicking “Yes, close my account”.

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Your account has been closed.

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