From Equifax to Fiction—Cancel Equifax Credit Services in a Few Easy Steps
Equifax is a multinational consumer credit reporting agency. It collects information on over 800 million consumers worldwide. Along with TransUnion and Experian, it’s one of the “big 3” credit agencies.
The company provides its users with subscription services such as fraud protection and credit monitoring. When these services are no longer useful, it’s time to cancel.
Cancel Any Service Using DoNotPay’s App
The simplest way to cancel a subscription service is by using DoNotPay. Our app can help you cancel Equifax Credit Services in only a few minutes. To start using DoNotPay, you should open it in your web browser or find it in the iOS app store. To cancel a service, you have to:
- Log in to the app
- Open the Find Hidden Money tab
- Type in the name of the service you want to cancel (In this case, Equifax)
DoNotPay will promptly cancel your subscription and notify you once the cancelation is finalized.
Cancel Equifax Credit Services On Your Own
You can cancel Equifax Complete, Credit Watch Gold, Score Watch, and Equifax ID Patrol by calling the customer support phone line or by canceling online. Other services, such as Lock & Alert, can only be canceled over the phone.
How to Cancel Equifax Services With a Phone Call
To cancel over the phone, make sure you’re calling at the right time. Equifax customer support hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 a.m. (ET), seven days a week. When canceling, make sure you:
- Dial (866) 640-2273
- Provide necessary information for identification
- Request that your account is canceled
How to Cancel Equifax Services Online
You can also cancel via the Equifax website. To do this, you should:
- Sign in to your account
- Press My Account
- Go to Manage Billing
- Press Cancel
After canceling, you will receive confirmation.
These are the different methods you can use to cancel your account:
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Does Equifax Offer Prorated Refunds After Canceling Credit Services?
No. You will not receive a refund for unused days after canceling your monthly subscription. The company does offer refunds for canceled yearly subscriptions. The amount you are returned depends on the number of unused months left in the billing period. Partial months are not included.
DoNotPay Can Monitor Unused Subscriptions for You
It’s no secret that we use too many subscriptions nowadays. The average American will spend thousands of dollars every year on subscription services. How many of those slip under the radar and aren’t even used by the average individual? One survey estimates that it’s around $348 worth of subscriptions. It’s money that would be better spent on services that we actually use.
DoNotPay offers a solution to this problem. Our handy little app can track all of your active subscriptions and keep you up-to-date. All you have to do is connect your email or bank account to the app to start using our feature. Your paid services will be displayed, and you can choose which ones you want to cancel right there in the app.
What Are Some Alternatives to Equifax Credit Services?
ID theft protection and credit monitoring are important tools to have at your disposal. The good news is that Equifax isn’t the only service that offers them. After canceling your account, you can look for alternatives that better suit your needs and provide more comprehensive benefits. Here are some examples worth considering:
Experian CreditWorks Premium—$24.99 per month
$19.95 per month
Having other issues with Equifax?
With DoNotPay you can get a refund for Equifax services but more importantly, you can sue Equifax in small claims court. In 2017, Darrow Boggiano managed to get $9,000 for negligence during the Equifax data breach scandal with the help of DoNotPay.
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