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What can I do if I want to quit the Amway business?

The specific processes for this may differ by country/market, but in most cases it is as simple as calling a customer service number or providing an email or similar notice to the Amway offices in your market. Another option is to simply not renew at the end of the year and let your registration terminate.

Just like any business, Amway Business Owners may leave the business at any time and for any reason. After all, it’s your business.

For more information, ABOs should contact their local Amway affiliate. In addition to a generous refund policy for products, ABOs may request a refund of their start-up costs, if they’re within the grace period for their country/market.

Country/market affiliate contact information can be found on market websites.  To find your website, use our market selector found in the upper left of the site navigation.


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