Like most dating sites, deleting your account from Cupid.com can be a little confusing to figure out, but don’t worry, below are step by step instructions with screen shots that show how to delete your Cupid account and profile. Also note that these instructions are for Cupid.com which is a different dating site than OkCupid.com (Go here to delete your OkCupid account).
Log in to your Cupid.com account and look for the ‘My Account’ link at the top of the page and click it as shown in the following image:
You should now be on your account page where you scroll down the page until you see three columns of buttons labeled ‘My Profile:’, ‘Account:’ and ‘Upgrades’. Then look down the ‘Account’ column until you see the button labeled ‘Remove Account’ and click on it as shown in the next image:
You will now be taken to a pre-removal page where you will have to enter your Cupid password in order to confirm the removal of your account as shown in the next image:
By now you should be on the Stage 2 Pre-removal page of Cupid.com. You will need to scroll down and find a column of radio buttons which include options for taking you off the mailing list, hiding your profile, both unsubscribing from the mailing list and hiding your profile, and finally the forth option is to remove your profile and account completely. Be sure to click on the forth option to remove your profile and then click on the ‘Continue’ button as shown in the next image:
You will now be on the Pre-Removal Stage 3 page that asks you why you are leaving. And though this is just another veiled attempt to frustrate you and keep you to stay, don’t give in, and click on either the ‘I cannot afford the prices’ radio button or the ‘Other’ radio button (Note: choosing any of the other radio buttons will only side track you even more and take more steps to delete) and then clicking the ‘Continue’ button as show in the next image:
Finally, we get to the last pre-removal page (stage 4) which is Cupid.com’s last ditch attempt to convince you to stay on their dating site. And not only do they try to convince you, but they also trick you by not making it clear which button to press. Most people would likely press the ‘Yes, Please’ button thinking that it means “yes, please finally remove my f#@cing account” but instead it confirms that you want to stay which means you’d have to go through this whole process again. However, I’ve already gone through this multiple times for you and know that you want to click the ‘No Thanks’ button as shown in the next image:
You are then shown the obligatory “Thank you for using Cupid.com” page which then tries to make it seem like you are the faulty one for not realizing how great Cupid is… the nerve of those guys. In addition it says that you can restore your account by logging back in, which is pretty sketchy because this means that they still have your information in their database even though they’ve removed all your profile stuff from the website. Unfortunately I don’t know how to get them to delete all your info from their database outside of constantly harassing them. Your best bet is to simply never go back to the site again and certainly never login again, unless you really want to…
After this you will likely get an email from them in your inbox confirming the removal of your account and profile. Also at the bottom of this email is Cupid Plc.’s contact phone number of 1 (212) 796-6946, which may or may not be useful if you want to call and have them completely remove your information from their database.
Hope that was useful and if you have any other questions on this process, please feel free to write them in the comments below and I’ll do my best to find an answer for you