Published by Twig App on Jun 5, 2023

Table of Contents:

  1. Delete via Email
  2. Delete on iphone
  3. Delete on android

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1. Delete Twig Account through Email

There are 2 methods to get your data (and account) deleted by Twig - Your Bank of Things:

  1. Under GDPR: EU/UK Residents have the right to ask (via email), an organization that holds data about them to delete it. This is known as the ‘right to erasure’. Organizations have one month to respond to the request.

  2. Under CCPA: California residents have the right to request that a company delete the data/personal information it has on them. A failure to comply with this will result in a fine of upto $7,500.

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Now you understand what the Law says, Send your Request directly to Twig using the form below:

Email Support directly

Chat with our AppContacter AI Support

Alternatively, you can follow these steps below to get Twig to delete your account/data:

  1. To delete your Twig account, contact Twig via email and provide the reasons for your request.
  2. Mention the law under which you make your request (GDPR or CCPA).
  3. Notify Twig of the penalty for non-compliance - A $7,500 fine under CCPA and 4% of annual turnover under GDPR.
  4. Send the email to support@redacted... Login to see email.

2. How to Delete Twig on Iphone

  1. On iphone, Goto "Settings "
  2. Click on "General" » "Iphone Storage".
  3. Select the app, and click "Delete Twig - Your Bank of Things".

3. Delete Twig on Android phone

  1. Go to your Android phone Settings.
  2. Click on "Apps & Games".
  3. Select "Twig - Your Bank of Things" and Click "Uninstall".

12 details about Twig app

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1. Your Twig card is the only free Visa Debit card powered by your old things, so you can enjoy purchases at your favorite stores, websites, apps, restaurants, and more.

2. In the US the Twig Mastercard® Debit Card is issued by Piermont Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Mastercard Inc.

3. Twig banking* services provide a simple and easy platform to make money from your home in just a few taps.

4. Twig is a next generation financial services and banking* app based on circular economy principles.

5. Twig is a Visa Debit card secured.

6. Discover Twig app, reimagining wealth and reshaping banking from your phone, for free.

7. Twig provides instant payments to give you your money fast.

8. Twig invites you to power the circular economy, catalysing positive change.

9. Twig empowers you to discover wealth you never knew you had.

10. Twig is a financial technology company , not a bank.

11. Twig puts money in your hands, instantly.

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Reported Deleting Issues

Note: Issues displayed have already been sent to the developer and are older than 7 days.

  • I made an order but i won’t to sell it anymore,it was a mistake and please delete all my data and delete my account.

    — by Jaja 8 months ago

  • I made an order but i won’t to sell it anymore,it was a mistake and please delete all my data and delete my account.

    — by Jaja 8 months ago

  • Salve, vorrei eliminare il mio account poiché non ne faccio uso. Grazie

    — by Martina 9 months ago

  • I don’t want the account anymore , I don’t use it.

    — by Kaitlan 1 year ago

  • It says I successfully completed instant cash out however the money isn't in my Twig account not in any of my other accounts...this happened last time where you manually had to send it to my Twig account. Also, the app is t loading right either and being very fault. I need my money asp so please fix this. Also, not happy either because your customer service chat agent read my messages a while ago as it tells me whether they seen it or not and they saw them and didn't even bother responding which is very rude and unprofessional and not how customer service works. They are supposed to help their customers not ignore them.

    — by Matthew Maynard 1 year ago