Cancel Archives.com subscriptions in just a few easy steps
Archives.com is a genealogy database that helps its users create their family trees and provides them with resources related to their family roots.
How to cancel Archives.com manually
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Cancel Archives.com online
- Log into your Archives account.
- Click on the “My Account” tab.
- Click “Help”.
- Scroll down until you reach the “Membership and Billing” option. Click on it.
- Select “Cancellation Form” and check if your personal information in the form is correct.
- Click “Cancel Membership”.
Cancel Archives.com using the Contact form
- Visit the company’s contact page.
- Complete the form. Select “Membership and Billing” as the reason for contacting.
- In the comment section, ask the company to end your membership and request a confirmation email.
Cancel Archives.com via email
- Send an email to email@example.com, asking the company to cancel your membership.
- Provide your account data.
- Ask the company to confirm your cancelation via email.
You should receive a reply in several business days.
Cancel Archives.com over the phone
- Call 888-896-4442 to reach an Archives live agent.
- Press 1.
- Ask the agent to cancel your membership, They might ask you for your account password or the last for digits of your Social Security Number.
- Tell the agent to send you a confirmation email once your account is closed.
Cancel Archives.com using the automated phone system
Before you make your phone call, make sure you have your account password and Social Security Number ready.
- Dial 888-896-4442 to contact the company’s customer service.
- Press 2.
- Enter the last four digits of your Social Security Number when you hear the automated message.
Cancel Archives.com with DoNotPay
If you don’t want to bother waiting for a reply from the company or spending ages waiting on hold, don’t worry. You can also cancel your Archives.com account with the DoNotPay app, directly from your smartphone. Here is what you have to do:
- Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser.
- Select “Find Hidden Money”.
- Enter “Archives.com” as the service you want to cancel.
When we cancel your subscription, we will send you a confirmation email.
Can I freeze my Archives.com subscription instead of canceling it?
No, Archives.com doesn’t let its users put their memberships on pause.
Does Archives.com offer a refund if I cancel my subscription in the middle of the billing cycle?
Once a new billing cycle begins, you won’t be able to request a refund, even if you cancel your account at the beginning of the month. Still, you will have access to all features until the prepaid cycle ends. If you don’t want to pay for the following month, cancel your account at least three days before the expiration date.
Will my Archives.com free trial auto-renew into a paid subscription?
If you’re new to Archives.com, the company will give you a 14-day free trial. Once the trial expires, it will automatically turn into a paid subscription. You will be charged for the next month and additional taxes. If you don’t want to spend your money on Archives.com services, you need to cancel your free trial before it expires.
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