How to cancel Good Housekeeping
Goodhousekeeping.com is an American magazine geared towards women’s interest topics, such as recipes, lifestyle, and health. It is published on a monthly basis.
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Canceling subscriptions can be a hassle. Each company has its own procedure, and some are more complex than you might expect. After all, they don’t want to lose their customers. One way to skip the nuisance is by using DoNotPay. In just a few steps, you can cancel Good Housekeeping, as well as any other redundant subscriptions you may have. All you need to do is:
- Open DoNotPay on your web browser
- Select ‘Find Hidden Money’
- Select ‘Good Housekeeping’ as the subscription you want to cancel
Once your Good Housekeeping subscription has been canceled, you will receive a notification.
How to cancel Good Housekeeping
Good Housekeeping offers a few routes for unsubscribing:
- Via your online account
As a gesture to retain you as a customer, Good Housekeeping will offer two issues at no extra cost if you choose to reconsider your cancelation request.
Cancel Good Housekeeping from your online account
This is Good Housekeeping’s primary method for canceling your subscription. All you need to do is:
- Log in to your online account
- Go to “My Orders”
- Go to “Actions”
- Select “Cancel”
Cancel Good Housekeeping by phone
Call Good Housekeeping customer service on 1-800-888-7788
Cancel Good Housekeeping by email
Email Good Housekeeping at GHKcustserv@cdsfulfillment.com.
Cancel Good Housekeeping by mail
Write Good Housekeeping a letter at:
PO Box 6000
Harlan, IA 51593
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