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how do you erase your open study?

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I don't understand, you mean erase your username? I don't think you can unless there is an admin that can do it for you.
yes. and oh do i get one to erase uit for me? i dont need it anymore.
Well, you could ask Mrs Preetha. Just a moment.

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OK, she isn't online right now but maybe can help later. I sent her the link to your question.
thank you very much!
You are welcome :D but why would you want to delete your OS account?
i dont really need it, i thought i did but im scarred its gonna charge money. or somethingg.
No, it would not charge you any money unless you signed up for the sponsorship subscription.
oh gotccha. i didnt..

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