Hello there hubbers I would like to know whether I can deactivate my current account and make a new account with a different username.
Yes you can have as many accounts as you wish within reason on Hubpages. If you have any hubs you wish to migrate to the new account then you just have to send an e-mail to support and they will do this for you. Also you do not need to deactivate your old account unless you really want to.
thanks ralwus you were quick....but I wish to deactivate this current account...can I do that ??
yes you can if you search the help pages you will find the answer there, if not just send support an e-mail and they will do it for you.
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