How to cancel FreeShipping.com service without a hitch
How many times did you wonder how you can save when shopping online? This is the reason you applied for FreeShipping.com services, offering you ways to save money on your online purchases through shipping rebates, coupons, and cashback.
After a while of using this online shopping portal, you decided it’s time to cancel your membership, but how do you do that? Don’t worry—we got you covered.
Allow DoNotPay to help you cancel FreeShipping.com
Instead of wasting your time on canceling FreeShipping.com membership by yourself, allow DoNotPay to do it for you. It will take only a few easy steps to have this done from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Follow the instructions below, and you will be unsubscribed from FreeShipping.com services in no time.
- Use the free desktop version from your web browser.
- Select “Find Hidden Money”.
- Enter “FreeShipping.com” as the membership you want to cancel.
DoNotPay will send you an email that your membership is canceled.
How to cancel FreeShipping.com by yourself
FreeShipping.com offers its members three ways to cancel their subscriptions: online, email, and over the phone. After canceling a subscription, your account will be active until the end of the current billing term.
Canceling FreeShipping.com online
- Log into your FreeShipping.com account.
- Go to the Help tab.
- Select the Cancel Membership link.
- Follow instructions from then on.
Canceling FreeShipping.com by email
Send an email requesting the cancelation of your FreeShipping.com membership to email@example.com.
Canceling FreeShipping.com over phone
You can cancel your FreeShipping.com membership by dialing their customer service at 1-800-869-5597, free of charge.
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Will you receive a refund after canceling FreeShipping.com membership?
Depending on what type of membership you are canceling, you may receive a prorated refund.
There is no refund if you cancel your monthly FreeShipping.com membership. If you want to prevent charges for an additional month, cancel the service before the current billing term is over.
If you cancel an annual membership before the renewal period, you are eligible for a prorated refund of your annual fee. Canceling during the renewal period will not get you a refund, and your credit card will not be charged after the date of your cancelation.
Will FreeShipping.com free trial auto-renew into a paid subscription?
Yes. You are offered a free trial period after which you will be charged a monthly or annual subscription. To stop this from happening, you need to cancel your membership during the free trial period.
Use DoNotPay’s virtual credit card to prevent charges after the free trial
Even with all your efforts, you can forget when the trial period ends, and enter into a paid subscription. If this happens, your credit card will be charged for the type of membership you chose when signing up for the FreeShipping.com service.
This unnecessary expense is something you can avoid if you use DoNotPay’s virtual credit card. FreeShipping.com won’t see any difference between yours and DNP’s card, except it won’t be able to charge you when the free trial is over.
Can you pause the FreeShipping.com subscription instead of canceling it?
What are the problems with canceling FreeShipping.com
Some members reported charges on their credit card statements even after canceling the FreeShipping.com service. If this occurs, contact the FreeShipping.com customer service by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or dial 1-800-869-5597.
If you encounter any problems or don’t feel comfortable dealing with this yourself, use DoNotPay to fight these unnecessary charges for you.
Alternative services to FreeShipping.com
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DoNotPay can keep an eye all of your subscriptions
People tend to forget about their free subscriptions until it’s too late. Based on the 2018 report, an average American spends $237 per year on subscription services, amounting to $2,847.96 per year. DoNotPay will monitor your subscriptions and make sure you are not paying for services you don’t use. It’s easy and will take just a couple of minutes of your time to set it up.
DoNotPay can help you sue FreeShipping.com in a small claims court in case of mistreatment
If FreeShipping.com mistreated you in any way, DoNotPay is here for you. Our robot lawyer will help you sue FreeShipping.com before the small claims court and right the wrong that has been done to you. DoNotPay’s robot lawyer is the recipient of the Lousie M. Brown Award for Legal Access presented by the American Bar Association. Start using the DoNotPay services today and save yourself lots of stress.
How FreeShipping.com charges will appear on your bank statement?
When FreeShipping.com charges your credit card, it will show on your bank statement. Here are examples of what these charges may look like.
|IC *FREESHIPPING.COM855-226-7047 CT||IC *FREESHIPPING.COM 8005159185 CT||IC *FREESHIPPING.COM|
|IC *FREESHIPPING.COM 800-515-9185 CT||FREESHIPPING.COM SUBSCRIPTION|
What else can DoNotPay do for you?
DoNotPay has many services that may help you, saving your time and money. Try it for free in your web browser to:
- Dispute parking tickets
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- Discontinue any other service or subscription
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- Skip being on hold and talk to the customer service agent
- Fight traffic tickets
- Seek compensation for delayed and canceled flights
- Evade being charged after free trial with DNP virtual credit cards