Start Your Ancestry Free Trial Without Any Risks
Ancestry—sometimes also known as Ancestry.com—is an online, for-profit genealogy company that offers genealogical and historical records to its users. Customers can also get a DNA testing service that helps them find out more about their family history.
The service allows you to “discover the town where your grandfather grew up” or to “discover the photo of your great-grandmother as a little girl,” to name just some examples.
Exploring historical records isn’t the only thing you can do on the website. On Ancestry, you will also be able to:
- Browse school yearbooks
- Trace your ancestors’ journeys over time
- Reveal the origins of your DNA
- Research your genetic health risks through Ancestry Health
According to its official stats, the company boasts over three million subscribers, and it DNA-tested more than 18 million people to date.
What You Need to Know About a Free Ancestry Trial
The company offers a 14-day free trial that will allow you to browse through its database. A limit of one free trial per user applies.
To sign up, Ancestry requires you to register with a valid credit or debit card.
How to Get an Ancestry.com Free Trial?
Signing up for an Ancestry free trial is straightforward. Follow these simple steps:
- Go to Ancestry’s Free Trial order page
- Type in your name, email address, and password
- Add payment information
- Review all the information and confirm the order
And that’s all done! You can now start exploring the long-forgotten history of your distant ancestors.
Does the Ancestry Free Trial Automatically Renew Into a Paid Subscription?
Your Ancestry free trial will automatically renew into a paid subscription.
You will be charged the full amount of your chosen membership plan once your free trial runs out unless you cancel at least two days before the trial expiry.
To cancel the free trial, visit your My Account section or call 1-800-ANCESTRY.
Did you know that DoNotPay can also help you cancel your Ancestry account?
How Much Does Ancestry Cost After the Free Trial Expires?
You can choose between three different plans and opt for a monthly or six-month subscription for each. Check out the table below for more details:
|Monthly Membership Price||Six-Month Membership Price|
To find out what’s included in each plan, visit this Ancestry page to get a more detailed breakdown.
This Is What Ancestry Fees Might Appear Like on Your Bank Statement
A legitimate Ancestry charge on your bank account statement might look similar or identical to some of the lines below:
|RECURRING CHECK CARD PURCHASE ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-2623787 UT||PAYPAL INST XFER ANCESTRY WEB ID: PAYPALSI77||ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 8002623787 UT|
|Debit Card Purchase – ANC ANCESTRY COM 800 2623787 UT||PAYPAL *ANCESTRYCOM||Payment to Ancestry.com|
|PAYPAL INST XFER ANCESTRYDNA WEB ID: PAYPALSI77||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE – ANC*ANCESTRY DNA xxx-xxx3787 UT||PAYPAL INST XFER ANCESTRYCOM WEB ID: PAYPALSI77|
|ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-2623787 UT 84043 US||Debit Purchase – Visa Anc*ancestry.com800-2623787 Ut||DEBIT CARD PURCHASE – ANC*ANCESTRY.COM xxx-xxx3787 UT|
|ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-262-3787 UTANC*ANCESTRY.COM||ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-2623787 UT 84043 US||ANCESTRY DNA (800)262-3787 UT|
|Anc*ancestry.com 800-2623787 Ut||ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-2623787 UT||ANCESTRY.COM|
|ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-2623787 UT 84043 USA||ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-262-3787 UT||ANC*Archives.com 888-8964442 UT|
|ANCESTRY.COM DNA||ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-2623787 UT||800-262-3787 UT|
|Payment to Ancestry.com Operations Inc||PAYPAL *ANCESTRY||ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-262-3787 UT|
|Payment to Ancestry.com DNA LLC||ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-2623787 UT||ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-2623787 UT 84043 USA|
|Debit Purchase -visa Anc*ancestry Dna800-2623787 Ut||ANC*ANCESTRY.COM xxx-xxx3787 UT||CHECK CARD PURCHASE ANC*ANCESTRY DNA 800-2623787 UT|
|ANC*ANCESTRY DNA||CHECK CARD PURCHASE ANC*ANCESTRY.COM 800-2623787 UT||ANC*Ancestry.com|
DoNotPay’s Virtual Credit Card Fends Off Unsolicited Auto-Renewed Fees
Every time you apply to test a new service online for free, you’re taking a risk. You might not like this new thing—regardless, in most cases, you’re required to give your payment information upfront. The catch is to remember to cancel the membership or subscription before the free trial expires.
Have you ever felt the sting of a surprise charge on your bank account after the trial ran out, and you forgot to unsubscribe on time? If that’s the case, you’ll see immediately why the Free Trial Card is a must. The Free Trial Card is DoNotPay’s version of a virtual credit card designed to be used while signing up for free online trials. And yes, you need it in your life.
How exactly does our virtual credit card work?
It’s actually pretty simple, but immensely effective. The Free Trial Card generates temporary, one-off credit card info that looks like it belongs to your actual credit card. In fact, our card isn’t linked to any source of funding like your bank account. That way, when the free trial turns into a paid subscription, the company will not be able to withdraw any money.
How to Prevent Ancestry From Sending You Marketing Emails After You Sign Up
DoNotPay’s virtual credit card doesn’t just keep your money safe, but it shields your privacy, too.
When you use the Free Trial Card, you will also be provided with a random email address that you can enter during the sign-up process. By doing so, you will not have to provide your real email address.
When you use the free-trial-specific email address that DoNotPay provided, you will:
- Avoid spam emails from the company in question
- Stop it from identifying and tracking your location
- Disable it from using your data as a sales lead
You don’t need to worry about missing out on anything important—all relevant messages (for instance, regarding your account servicing) will be forwarded to you automatically.
DoNotPay Detects Your Unused or Underused Subscriptions
With recurring memberships and subscriptions, it’s deceptively easy to lose track of how much you’re spending on these services each month.
Connect your bank or email account to DoNotPay, and our app will go through all services you’re currently paying for. Then it will detect the ones you’re not using enough or at all, and recommend that you discontinue them as soon as you can. To make things even better, our app can also handle these cancelations in your stead.
Isn’t it fantastic when saving money becomes an automated process?
If Ancestry Is Pushing You Around, Take Them to Small Claims Court
When consumers feel disempowered, companies often get away with breaching their rights. If Ancestry mistreated you in any way, you should consider taking them to court.
What this means in practice is that you no longer need a lawyer or be a legal expert yourself to start a lawsuit in small claims court. With a little help from DoNotPay, our AI-powered app, you will be equipped with the necessary legal forms and learn the most suitable legal argumentation you should use in your defense. The entire court process will be streamlined and easier for you to follow.
With the assistance of DoNotPay, seeking legal satisfaction in court will not seem so out of reach. As a testament to our efforts, The American Bar Association recognized our app with the 2020 Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access.
DoNotPay—Your Ally in the Fight Against Bureaucracy
Various tasks on your to-do list, no matter how big or small, can cause a lot of stress if you don’t have the time, money, or expertise to resolve them. That’s when a capable virtual assistant will see you through whichever challenge you’re facing.
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