Deleting your account will remove your personal information from Grammarly, including any documents that you have saved in the Grammarly Editor. This action cannot be undone.
If you just want to cancel a Premium subscription (and all future payments), but you don’t want to delete your Grammarly account, you can do so by following the steps in this article.
If you have a Premium subscription and want to proceed with the account deletion, please submit a support ticket.
If you would like to delete your free Grammarly account on a desktop computer or your mobile device, see the instructions below:
- Log in to your Grammarly account.
- Select the Account tab to the left.
- On the page that opens next, click the Delete Account button.
These instructions are the same for all sign-in methods. However, depending on your sign-in option, you might need to complete an additional verification step. For example:
- If you registered using the email and password method, Grammarly will ask you to provide your password to confirm the action.
- If you used Facebook to sign up with Grammarly, you’ll need to enter your Facebook password.
- If you used Google to sign up, you will need to select the corresponding Google account after clicking the Delete Account button.
Note: In some cases, we require you to verify your ownership of the account by entering a 6-digit code sent to your current email address. If you don’t have access to your email inbox, please let us know.
If your institution or company grants you access to Grammarly Premium, please reach out to your account administrator for more information.