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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Derek Elkins‭ · 2021-07-30T01:25:49Z (3 months ago)
You only have one Codidact account across all communities. As mentioned in the answers to [your other question](https://meta.codidact.com/posts/282921), it is not possible to delete an account for one community but not another because there is only one account. What happened, again, as mentioned in your other question, is that your account was *disassociated* with the content you had previously created in those communities. Your account still exists (since it's the same account you used to post here) and can still create *new* content.

Given the explanation you were given elsewhere, this behavior is exactly what I would expect and doesn't strike me as a bug. No one claimed to have "deleted" your account on those communities. They only claimed to disassociate existing content from your account. So it's not surprising that you can still use your account.

I'm sure you can request your account be additionally banned from those communities, but you could also just not interact with those communities if you don't want to anymore (which is presumably why you wanted your account deleted).