Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04

how do I quit?

I am no longer interested in participating in the Ohm community. how do I remove my account and personal information?

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  • UkiwiSUkiwiS San DiegoPosts: 1,523Member, Moderator

    @chaosreins If you can stick it out for a couple of months and the points will be coming back. Of course I've jumped to the conclusion that you want to quit because you're no longer scoring points. I might be totally off base.

  • CKWMCKWM Fremont, CAPosts: 226Member
    Yeah, summer is right around the corner where the most number of OhmHours occur. I highly recommend (at the very least) sticking it out til then. If things aren't good at OhmConnect's best, then that makes a lot more sense if people would then like to quit.
  • JRocketJRocket Posts: 30Member

    @chaosreins are you an SCE customer? Just interested. Thanks.

  • neococogneococog Posts: 3Member

    I was going to quit as well after all the nerfing that's happened, but the way I see it is just leave it on. If sometimes I end up beating the OhmHour, great. If not, oh well. It's not like you'll owe anything for negative points anyway.

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