Cancel Community Utility Billing (Conservice) Fast! It’s a CUB Mama Bear Can Leave Behind
Conservice—previously known as Community Utility Billing—is an expense management and utility billing company that claims to assist with family, student, military, commercial, and other housing bills.
Note that the service was called CUBills—and so was the domain—but it was renamed. There were some complaints about the service that deemed it unsatisfactory. If you wish to cancel Conservice, DoNotPay is the way!
Methods for Canceling Cubills.com Yourself
The best way to get in touch with Conservice is via phone or by sending an email to its customer support. Below is a table with a list of methods you can use to cancel Conservice:
|Can You Cancel Via||Yes/No|
Cancel Conservice via Phone
If you wish to contact Conservice to cancel your subscription, you should dial 866-947-7379. According to online reviews, customer service takes about five minutes to answer your call.
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Cancel Conservice via Fax
You can also try sending the company a fax with your cancellation request. If you choose this method, send your fax to 435-792-3303. Remember that fax is old technology, and it is not as quick as some other options that allow for seamless cancellation, so use it as a last resort.
Cancel Conservice via Email
You can also cancel Conservice via email. Write to email@example.com and explain the reason why you wish to cancel the service.
Cancel Conservice via Letter
If you wish, you can try canceling Conservice the old-fashioned way, but this method isn’t optimal. Mail often gets lost, and it takes a long time to arrive. If you opt for this method despite that, you can send a letter to one of the following addresses:
|Resident Services||Corporate Headquarters|
|P.O. Box 4694 Logan, UT 84323-4696||750 South Gateway Drive River Heights, UT 84321|
Cancel Conservice With the Help of DoNotPay
DoNotPay is there to assist you in canceling all sorts of services, including this one. It’s practical, fast, and easy. Follow the steps below to cancel Conservice:
- Sign up for DoNotPay
- Select the Find Hidden Money option
- Enter Conservice as the service you wish to cancel
- Wait for our app to cancel the service
Our website will then automatically cancel Conservice for you. When the cancellation is complete, you’ll be notified via email.
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- Get help through bill consolidation
Is Conservice Being Difficult? No Problem—DoNotPay Is Here To Help You Sue It
DoNotPay can help you with many legal issues, including suing companies in small claims courts. Once you sign up, our AI-driven app can help you sue Conservice by:
- Writing a demand letter
- Filling out all of the required court forms
- Filling your complaint against Conservice
- Strengthening your case by collecting sound evidence
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Most Common Issues With Canceling Community Utility Billing
Lots of people have had difficulties canceling Conservice. On the Better Business Bureau website, you can find plenty of reviews in which users stated they had cancellation and billing issues.
People also complained about the company charging them additionally even after they canceled the service. The Conservice Yelp reviews are also bad, giving the company only one out of five stars. Most complaints focus on the apparent lack of transparency from Conservice, high bill costs, neglectful customer service, etc.
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