I opened up my inbox to see the following email from Glassdoor:
Before this email, I didn’t realize I had an account with Glassdoor, so proceeding to their site (and then resetting my password), I found that I did.
I started to peruse their Terms of Service, and I noticed this line (screenshot):
These Terms remain in effect while you use Glassdoor and, for Members, as long as your account remains open. You may delete your account at any time. We may suspend or terminate your account or your access to parts of Glassdoor, without notice to you, if we believe that you have violated these Terms. All provisions of these Terms shall survive termination or expiration of these Terms except those granting access to or use of Glassdoor. We will have no liability whatsoever to you for any termination of your account or related deletion of your information.
I can delete my account? Great! But how?
In “Me” menu, there appears to be only one applicable option: Account Settings:
Clicking on it, I see this screen:
Unsurprisingly, there are no options to delete my account on that page.
I contacted Glassdoor yesterday and again today about deleting my account. Let’s see if they respond. At first blush, however, it seems like Glassdoor is Hotel California.
Bonus: Googling for Hotel California brings up that at one time, Hotel California was taken as a song about Satanism.
Update: Deleting your account is a manual process (although they never tell you that, or how), but If you contact Glassdoor and ask them to delete your account, they will: