How to cancel Alert 360 subscription in a few easy steps
Alert 360, formerly known as Central Security Group, is a company that provides advanced home alarm systems and monitoring. They have locations in Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, and Kansas.
Canceling Alert 360 subscription manually
There are several ways to cancel the Alert 360 subscription, both online and offline. You can:
- send an email
- write a letter
- call their customer service
Canceling by email
- Compose an email and ask for the cancelation of your account
- Ask for the confirmation of your cancelation
- Send the email to email@example.com
Canceling by a phone call
- Call 888-642-4567
- Listen to the bot and choose the numbers necessary to get in touch with a rep
- Ask the customer service agent to cancel your account
- Ask them to send you the proof of cancelation
Canceling by letter
- Write a letter asking for the cancelation of the service
- Ask for the evidence of cancelation to keep it in your records
- Address the letter to 2448 E. 81st St. Suite, 4300 Tulsa, OK 74137
You should mail the letter at least a month before your billing cycle ends, or else your contract will renew automatically.
Allow DoNotPay app to handle your cancelation of Alert 360 subscription
DoNotPay will discontinue any subscription or service you don’t want to use anymore, completely free of charge. You need a couple of minutes and almost no effort, and you’ll be done with your part of the deal—we’ll do the heavy lifting.
- Open DoNotPay app on your web browser
- Click on “Find Hidden Money” option
- Insert “Alert 360” as the name of the service
- Click “Cancel Subscription”
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Alert 360 cancelation problems
A number of former customers complained that Alert 360 continued to bill them even after they canceled their services. Phone calls, emails, and even letters were sent in order to discontinue the Alert 360 service, to no avail. The best thing to do in that case is to always ask for some confirmation of your cancelation, be it a document, email, or a letter from Alert 360 Customer Service.
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Do Alert 360 auto-renew their contracts?
Yes, they do. Not only does the free trial auto-renew, but the subscription does as well. Sure, it’s troublesome to have your security system shut down in the middle of the night because the contract had expired. The problem is, the contracts are usually three years long, so auto-renewal means another 36 months of financial obligations.
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