How to Cancel American Gun Association Membership in No Time
American Gun Association, sometimes shortened to AGA, was created with the aim to unite firearm enthusiasts by sharing news, insights, and knowledge on owning and using weapons for recreational purposes. If the organization failed to meet your expectations, here’s how you can cancel your American Gun Association before you can say knife.
Ways to Cancel American Gun Association on Your Own
If you don't like what AGA has in store for you or you’ve signed up for a membership accidentally, you have only two ways to unsubscribe from the Association manually:
- Calling the organization on the phone
- Sending American Gun Association an email
How to Contact the American Gun Association by Phone
Whenever you wish to cancel your AGA subscription, you can talk to the Association’s representatives by taking these steps:
- Dial +1 (512) 782-4624
- Bear with the phone queue until you reach someone to talk to
- Request to cancel your membership when a real person answers the call
How to Send American Gun Association an Email
If you’re uncomfortable with canceling your membership over a phone call, you can send the American Gun Association an email. To do so, follow these steps:
- Compose your cancelation request in an email
- Send the message to email@example.com
- Wait for the Association to respond and confirm your cancelation
How to Cancel the American Gun Association Membership the Quickest Way
Calling customer services can take painful hours of waiting out the phone queues, and sitting patiently while the company responds to your email request can take even longer than that. Why bother with any of these options when you can be unsubscribed from the American Gun Association membership in no time with the help of DoNotPay?
You only need to access DoNotPay from your web browser and you’re good to go. To get rid of the renewed AGA subscription, you just have to:
- Go to the Find Hidden Money option on your DoNotPay dashboard
- Type in American Gun Association as the service you want to end
And that’s that—no questions asked, no deals offered to make you stay a member of the organization.
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Does the American Gun Association Offer a Free Trial?
The American Gun Association does not offer a free trial period to potential members. You can keep track of many of its deals on merchandise that include offers to sign up as a free member for a certain time.
You can also change your membership status and explore the different options the organization offers on your member portal.
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American Gun Association Snatched Your Money Without Consent?
If you feel you’ve been tricked into a paid American Gun Association membership, you would not be the first person to whom that has happened.
Here are only several issues people experience with AGA:
- The company is not responding to complaints
- Bought merchandize is never delivered
- The company starts charging customers for a membership when they only bought their product
All these issues are far from okay when it comes to how AGA can treat its users. If you have encountered a similar problem, don’t hesitate to take legal action against the Association. DoNotPay can help you sue them in small claims court.
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