How do I delete a Team?

How do I delete a Team?

You are unable to delete a Team on your own.

In order to delete your account, please email: support@elivelihood.comfrom using the email on your account and we will begin processing your request.

You will receive a confirmation email to confirm you would like to have your account deleted, which you are required to respond to. Once completed you will be advised that your account has been deleted.

The user requesting to delete the account must be the original Account Administrator (the original person to create the account). If you are not the original Administrator you are unable to delete a Team.
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