Have you found yourself a member of a site called FreeScore360.com, and wanting to cancel? Well join the club! While it’s not impossible to cancel your account there, it’s not as easy as clicking a “cancel” button on their website (that would be way too easy, wouldn’t it?). Here’s how:
How To Cancel FreeScore360.com
First of all, FreeScore360.com is a credit monitoring service, which offers a free 7 day trial, in which you can get your free credit scores and credit monitoring. At the end of that free trial, if you don’t cancel, you are charged $29.95/month. Which is just too expensive!
Take these steps to cancel FreeScore360.com
- Call 1-800-972-7204, and have your account number handy if possible.
- Request an immediate cancellation of your account.
- Don’t fall for their attempts to keep you as a customer, if you really want to cancel your account, just stick with it.
- Check your credit card statement to make sure they do not charge any additional fees. If they do, ball back ASAP.
Why Do You Have To Call To Cancel?
They will tell you it’s for security purposes, but really it’s so they can do their best to talk you into staying on as a member. They will tell you all the benefits of being a member, and the things you will be missing if you cancel. Services like this will also typically offer a lower price if you agree to stay.
If they provided an easy way to cancel through the members area on their website, they would lose a lot of money! People would sign-up for the free credit scores, and go right in and hit “Cancel my account”. Those dollar wills would escape way too easily that way.
They’re not stupid, they don’t want to lose money that easy. So they have a trained team of customer support reps aimed at keeping you as a customer, and they want to talk to you before you actually cancel your membership. Lucky you!
Don’t worry though, as long as you’re willing to spend a several minutes on the phone and just keep insisting on canceling your account with FreeScore360.com, you’ll be fine.
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