This event is triggered when a user account is deleted.
user_account_deleted will be generated when a user completes the self-service Authy account deletion process or when the user is automatically deleted after an Authy application removes the user and there is no other application associated with the user's Authy ID.
|event||The name of the event|
|objects.app.s_account_sid||The Twilio ID of the account|
|objects.app.s_device_app||The authentication application being used by the device; this will be authy, a custom branded customer app name, or an SDK-based app name|
|objects.app.s_id||The ID of the customer app|
|objects.app.s_type||The type of the customer app; either full or trial|
|objects.delete_request.s_status||The status of the delete request. When this event is sent, the value of this attribute will be "performed"|
|objects.delete_request.t_last_notification_at||The datetime of the last email that we sent to the user notifying them that the account is about to be deleted|
|objects.user.s_authy_id||The user’s Authy ID|
|objects.user.as_authy_ids||A list of Authy IDs associated with a user; a user may have multiple Authy IDs if they created and then merged multiple accounts|
|objects.user.b_banned||Whether or not the user is banned|
|objects.user.s_country_code||The country code of the user’s phone number|
|objects.user.s_locale||The locale of the user|
|objects.user.s_phone_number||The user’s phone number|
|request.id||The unique ID of the request|
|time||The datetime when the event happened|
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