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Deleting a google brand page set up by an old employee (no login details)

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Hello, I was hoping someone might please have a bit of advice surrounding Google brand pages.

 

I'm trying to delete a brand page created years ago by someone that used to work at this company (https://plus.google.com/110038372729357690882). Unfortunately we don't have the login information they used and so have since created a new page for the brand (https://plus.google.com/b/110933007601489861244/110933007601489861244?hl=en-GB).

 

We would like to get this old page deleted, and ensure the new page is connected to our website properly. I've done some research into reporting/ deleting old accounts but none of the processes suggested seem to be available for this brand type of page, so any advice you might be able to share would be fantastic!

 

Thanks

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Deleting a google brand page set up by an old employee (no login details)

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@Rebecca F I don't believe it's possible to get a page deleted if you don't have acces to it but since this isn't regarding Google My Business, I would suggest posting your question on the G+ community: https://plus.google.com/communities/115758385206378551362


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Deleting a google brand page set up by an old employee (no login details)

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Thanks very much for your reply @JoyHawkins

 

Oops apologies I hadn't realised it wasn't part of Google My Business, I've added it on the G+ community instead.

 

Many thanks,

Rebecca