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Resigning as head of BAEC Household Account

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  • memesweeper

    We now have several over 18s in our HHA, I’d like to quit as head as there’s no benefit for all the adults being members. The rules as published on the BA site say requests for changes

    must be in writing addressed to the members’ local service centre and signed by the primary member

    … before I fire up the printer and buy some stamps, is there an easier way than Ye Olde Postal Service?

    memesweeper

    thread bump

    … have we finally found a question the HfP team can’t answer?

    ChrisC

    Do you just want to leave the HHA and let the rest continue in it or disolve it entitely?

    I thought that should be managed on line.

    I can’t see any of the language you quote in Section 18 which covers HHAs.

    https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/executive-club/terms-and-conditions#householdaccount

    Navara
    John

    If there’s no benefit to the adults being members, they should leave the household account which they can do from their own accounts online.

    I don’t understand how you quitting as the head is relevant? Once everyone else leaves you can also leave and that will be the end of it.

    If someone else wants to subsequently be the head of a new household not including you, they can start one and whoever wants to can join. They then can’t leave and join again for 6 months

    Rob
    HfP Staff

    I think John is correct. A bit like Boris, you don’t need to resign, you can just wait for everyone around you to quit ….

    memesweeper

    Ah, there are still two under 18s. I need the HHA to live on, I just want to bail out!

    memesweeper

    @chrisC – thanks, on that wording it seems I can resign by email. I’ll get the oldest child to volunteer as new head 🙂

    ChrisC

    Ah, there are still two under 18s. I need the HHA to live on, I just want to bail out!

    Counting down to their 18th Birthdays then? lol

    Good plan to get out before they realise they can spend your avios!

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    Skywalker

    I think John is correct. A bit like Boris, you don’t need to resign, you can just wait for everyone around you to quit ….

    😀

    memesweeper

    Ah, there are still two under 18s. I need the HHA to live on, I just want to bail out!

    Counting down to their 18th Birthdays then? lol

    Good plan to get out before they realise they can spend your avios!

    Given I’ve done a couple of ‘Qatar shuffles’ me blowing their points in Sainsburys is more of a problem 🙂

    In other news the eldest child just got a shock gate upgrade to Business on a United sector IAD to CUN on a redemption booking.

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