How To Close Google Cloud Account

How To Close Google Cloud Account

To close a Google Cloud account you must be a Google Cloud administrator on the account. Google Cloud accounts cannot be deleted but you can close your Google Cloud Account.

Note: Before you close an active Google Cloud account, you should consider moving its associated projects to another Google Cloud account or disable billing for its projects.

How To Close Google Cloud Account
How To Close Google Cloud Account
To close a Google Cloud Account account you need to follow these steps:

First Step>> Go to the Google Cloud Platform Console.

Second Step>> Open the Google Cloud Platform Console left side menu and select Billing.

Third Step>> If you have more than one Google Cloud account, select the account name.

Fourth Step>> Click Close Google Cloud or billing account.

Note: After you close your billing or Google Cloud account, we will bill you for the usage you accrued prior to cancelling your service. This bill will be the last bill you receive, unless you reactivate service.

Reopen a closed Google Cloud Account

To reopen a closed Google Cloud account you must be a billing administrator on the account.

Note: Only Google Cloud accounts closed by a Google Cloud administrator may be reopened as described here. Payments related issues or suspensions must be resolved before an account may be reactivated by following steps in the resolve billing issues troubleshooter.

To reopen a Google Cloud closed account you need to follow these steps:

First Step>> Go to the Google Cloud Platform Console.

Second Step>> Open the Google Cloud Platform Console left side menu and select Billing.

Third Step>> Choose to Manage billing accounts.

Fourth Step>> From the list near the middle of the page, select Show all accounts.

Fifth Step>> Click the billing account name.

Sixth Step>> Click Reopen billing account.
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