How can I cancel my Lumu account?

How can I close my Lumu Free account?

If you are a company admin trying to delete or deactivate a user account, consult: How can I delete a user account?

Have you contacted our support team?

We have an outstanding team ready to help you set Lumu up. We would be glad to help you with any questions or issues you are having. Get in touch with Lumu.

If you still want to close your Lumu Free account, you can do it at any time by contacting us. We'd appreciate your feedback on why you decided to do so, as it will help us improve our service. 

We will welcome you again in the future.

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