If you’ve decided to delete your Amazon account permanently because of any reason, you can do it very quickly. Especially if you want to delete all your history, closing the amazon account is the only option. However, if you’re going to hide some of your order histories, you can archive and manage account very quickly instead of deleting your account.
Why we usually Delete Amazon account
Deleting all your order history could be one most prominent reasons to cancel your amazon account. Still, people may have many other reasons to close it like they are moving from one place to another where Amazon services are not available because of its Hr controversial policies, security issues, etc.
It’s also a perfect idea to remove it if you’re not going to use it for a long time to avoid stealing any crucial information.
Consequences of Deleting Amazon Account?
- You’ll not be able to access any sites which required amazon account such as Amazon associates, amazon web services, amazon pay accounts, etc.
- Contents related to the amazon digital like amazon music, amazon prime photos, amazon app store purchases, prime videos, kindle purchases, etc. will be deleted permanently and unrecoverable as well.
- Your account history includes credit information, order history, etc. will be vanished.
- Under process refunds and returns will be deleted as well.
- If you have any unused gift card or you have any promotional credit balance, you’ll lose all.
- All reviews, discussions, posts, images that you received/posted will be gone.
- This will not only stop your basic account from where you’re buying or placing orders but also, you’ll no longer be able to access any account-related info once you deleted your account.
Alternatives Instead of Deleting the Account
Sometimes we want to cancel Amazon prime, change our email address, remove your payment method, it is possible to do all that without deleting account as well. Like;
- If you are deleting it because you don’t want some of the prime benefits so you can change your membership plan within 2 or 3 days of subscription
- You don’t order much from Amazon but do like its streaming services, you get can prime video membership only.
- If you don’t want to reflect on some of your order histories, you can archive some of it.
In short, instead of deleting your account permanently, you can manage your account, and if needed, any support – customer service is already available.
Steps to Delete Amazon Account Permanently
But anyhow, if you are okay with all the losses and you are willing to close it forever, you can do so, but amazon is out of those ventures which are not allowing to delete it very quickly. It may be an annoying process.
To delete your account- follow the below steps;
- Open amazon homepage
- Scroll down and come to the footer of the page
- Click help option
- Then select Browsehelp topics click Need More Help> Contact Us
- Now there will be four topics. Choose Prime or something else
- On the same page, a drop-down list will appear under Tell us more about your issue> Login security
- Above one will lead you to another drop-down menu. Select “close my account”
Then it will redirect you to the contact support team. Out of which, either you can select an email option, phone, or chat. However, the chat option we recommend as the best one because it is quick. Their executives are very quick after giving consent to close an account; they will send you a mail and gives you a confirmation of the same on the chat itself.
Your account will be deleted within 24 to 48 hours. And if you’re lucky enough, it may take lesser time.
What if you want to reuse Amazon Services Again?
Let say if you deleted and you want to reaccess amazon, you can do so but not with the same account as there will be no option to recover it. However, you can make a new account and enjoy it back.
Contact and Help
To get any further assistance related to delete your account, you can connect the support executive through email, chat, or voice call.
- For chat click on support give on the footer of the page
- For email connect at firstname.lastname@example.org