Disable, close, or reopen your Google Payments account

You can close or reopen your Google Payments account at any time.

Close or disable your Google Payments account

If you'd like to disable or close your Google Payments account, keep in mind that:

  • You won't be able to buy anything on any Google services, including Google Play apps, music, movies, and devices.
  • You won't have access to your transaction history.
  • If you have an order that's being processed, you'll still be charged for it.
  • You'll have to end active subscriptions, like Music All Access or Play Newsstand. If you don't end your subscriptions, your payment method will continue to be charged.
  • You won't be able to use your Wallet Balance. Withdraw or transfer money in your Wallet Balance before suspending or closing your account.
  • You won't be able to send money through Gmail.
Disable your account

When you disable your service, you can reopen it later and still keep a record of your past transactions.

To disable your Google Payments account, contact us.

Close your account

When you close your account, you have 60 days to reopen it.

To close your Google Payments account, contact us.

Reopen your Google Payments account

Reopen after you've disabled your account

You can reopen your account whenever you want.

To reopen your Google Payments account, contact us.

Reopen after you've closed your account

You can reopen your service within 60 days after closing it. After 60 days, you can't reopen your account or create a new one with the same email address.

To reopen your Google Payments account, contact us.

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