A month after I got my account deleted, I still had a little bit of money left over.
I bought an Instagram account to take advantage of the “promotional” deals I’d found and I got an email that my account was deleted because I’d “disrespected” the site.
I tried to get a refund but it was not possible, since the company said it wasn’t their responsibility to refund me.
I decided to delete my account completely and I was surprised to see that my $1,200 I’d paid to Instagram had disappeared.
After I deleted the account, the amount I’d spent on the account had doubled.
The account was only $1.25 a month, and my Instagram account was worth $1 million.
I contacted the company and asked to have it reinstated, but it didn’t seem to be happening, and I wasn’t able to see the account’s activity for at least two months.
I finally got a refund in December, and after a month of searching for an account to delete, I got it back, with the same amount of money.
But, this time, my account had been deleted because of a breach in the company’s code.
A month later, I received another email from Instagram saying that it was shutting down the Instagram account of a former employee.
The email stated that the employee had deleted the Instagram accounts of a number of employees.
I’ve since found out that this person had been working at Instagram for over a year, and that the account he deleted had been active for only one day.
Instagram says it has a “code of conduct” that requires companies to investigate reports of misconduct and take appropriate action, but the company doesn’t appear to be following that.
It seems to me that the only thing that really matters to an employee of Instagram is whether they’ve violated its terms of service, and there’s nothing in that code of conduct that mentions deleting accounts.