TheDenizen wrote::shock: ~pumpkin~ say it ain't so...
This goes to everyone who wants to delete their accounts:
I can understand not wanting to use the site any more if you've found an alternative/have lost interest, but why delete your account and all your ratings? A site like Criticker is better and more accurate the more users and ratings it has....the database is only as good as the data it contains.
Let your accounts become inactive if you so choose, but deleting all your rankings only diminishes the experience for those of us who remain. I've discovered lots of great movies perusing the ratings/reviews of an inactive member, and they contribute to the PSIs for everyone.
I am quite surprised to see so many people who decided to delete their account in Criticker, but I prefer not to ask. There are people who choose to get out of some sites and delete the information they had accumulated. I wouldn't but if they have an opinion that this will make them, somehow, good, it's their decision and all.
In fact, if they make the effort to go and delete their account, it must be because there is a reason behind (probably ideological), because it's easier to become an inactive member. Maybe they don't feel comfortable being associated to the page? Are they starting a crusade against the whole internet or something? I don't know, depends on each case.