For your security, we require users to verify their accounts before making changes to their account information. We do this by sending you a verification code to your email. However, if you mistyped your Grammarly email address when creating your account or you no longer have access to your email address, you won’t be able to receive our verification codes.
To help us verify your account, please submit a request. You’ll be asked to provide Grammarly’s reference number on your bank statement, which should look similar to CO5DXT-8GCH, CO*5DXT-8GCH, 5DXT-8GCH, or qWe23zA. Alternatively, you can provide the following details:
- last four digits of the credit card number you used for Grammarly
- card network type (e.g., VISA)
- credit card expiration date (month/year)
- the charge date
- the charge amount
- if you paid with PayPal, your PayPal email address and transaction ID