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When you delete your Snapchat account, are memories still accessible in the cloud or removed since the account no longer exists after 30 days?
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pretty sure everythings gone after 30 days

ill check the official website for you
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so.. this is from the official website:

after 30 days, your account will be permanently deleted. This means that your account, account settings, friends, Snaps, Chats, Story, device data and location data in our main user database will be deleted.

We may retain some personal data for certain legal, security and business needs. For example, we’ll retain information about any purchases you may have made through Snapchat, and when you accepted our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.
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as you can see, my initial assumption was correct, its all gone after 30 days,

hope that helps
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(Original post by superbo9y)
as you can see, my initial assumption was correct, its all gone after 30 days,

hope that helps
Thankyou!
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