Cancel Hand and Stone membership nice and easy
Hand and Stone is a U.S-based chain of massage spas, offering various kinds of massages, including hot stone massage, foot massage, Sweedish massage, couples massage, as well as facial and hair removal services. In 2017, Hand and Stone became the second-largest massage franchise in the United States.
The fastest way of canceling your Hand and Stone membership is with DoNotPay
Keeping track of all your memberships and canceling the ones you no longer need can be an overwhelming task. That is why DoNotPay is such a game-changer. Instead of dealing with this issue on your own, we take the responsibility of getting the job done for you! All you have to do is take these three simple steps:
- Access DoNotPay through a web browser
- Select Find Hidden Money
- Tell us which service you would like us to cancel
As soon as we are done canceling your membership, we will notify you!
Cancel Hand and Stone membership by yourself
In case a different massage spa has caught your attention, and you want to shut down your Hand and Stone account, you can do it by:
- Dialing Hand and Stone’s customer service
- Sending them a cancelation request via email
Cancel your Hand and Stone membership by phone
If you are the type of person who feels most comfortable getting things done over the phone, Hand and Stone’s customer service is open for your requests. To cancel your membership by phone, you have to:
- Dial 1-866-889-7866
- Request to have your membership canceled
- Provide account information
- Ask for a confirmation email as proof of your request
Cancel your Hand and Stone membership by email
If long phone queues drain too much of your energy, you can always write a membership cancelation email to Hand and Stone, and they will terminate your account for you. Here is what you should do:
- Request to have your membership canceled by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Provide account details if needed
- Ask for some proof of your demand, such as a confirmation email or number
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Getting a massage elsewhere
In case Hand and Stone is too pricey for you, or you have other issues with the franchise, feel free to check out some of the best alternatives available on the market today. These include:
$60 to $70/mo depending on your location
Hand and Stone’s membership freezing policy
If you are unsure whether to renew your Hand and Stone membership, there is always the option to freeze your account. You can do this for a minimum of one month and a maximum of three months.
Keep in mind that you are allowed to freeze your account only two times per twelve months!
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