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I will like to donate my kindle. Do not want my personal info on it or the new owner to have access to my amazon account. I do not want them to buy anything on my tab.

I went on my kindle and clicked menu/settings. I deregistered it and set it to factory settings. Is this sufficient or is there something that I need to do on my actual amazon account?

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Dear Anonymous,

The steps you have taken in order to deregister it are sufficient to allow you to give away your Kindle without any problem. Please, have a look at this page at Amazon, where you can find further details:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=200375760

Hope you may find this information useful!

Regards,

Miguel Luiz Martins

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