Delete your primary domain's Google Account
If you don't want to use Google services with your primary domain anymore, delete your domain’s Google Account. You must also delete the account to add the domain to another Google Account.
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Delete your account
- Sign in to the Google Admin console.
- Export any user data you want to save.
- Delete all users except for one administrator account.
- Remove all domains and domain aliases (except the primary domain).
- If you purchased your domain while signing up for Google Apps, transfer the domain to another domain host.
- Disable the OAuth consumer key.
Go to Security > Advanced Settings > Manage OAuth domain key and uncheck Enable this consumer key.
- Delete any Marketplace applications.
- Cancel your Google Apps subscription and all other Google subscriptions associated with your domain.
Note: After you cancel your subscriptions, you might be logged out of your account. If so, please log in again. The new Terms of Service will display.
- Request any refund of credit that remains after canceling your subscriptions.
- Download or print invoices you want to save.
- Delete your account.
Go to Company profile > Profile > Account deletion and click Delete this account. (This option isn't available if you haven't yet cancelled your subscription.)
- Click Continue.
You might need to wait up to 24 hours before you can use this domain with another Google Account. If you purchased this account from a reseller, you might need to wait up to 7 days.
Deleting business email powered by Google Apps for Work
Did you create your Google Account by signing up for business email powered by Google Apps for Work, then unlocking additional features? I'm not sure.
How to keep your domain. If you delete your Google Account, you can still retain ownership of the domain you purchased when signing up for your business email service. Just transfer the domain to another Google user or account, using Google Domains. Learn to transfer your domain with Google Domains.
Resolving conflicting user accounts
Don't delete your domain's Google Account to address conflicting user accounts—especially if people are using your Google services. Instead, see how to resolve a conflicting account.