How to Cancel JibJab Fast?
JibJab is a personalized eCard and messaging service available for web, iOS, and Android. The service allows its users to send personalized eCards and video cards, letting users insert photographs of their faces into popular music videos and GIFs.
The company offers both free and premium memberships.
How to Cancel JibJab Subscription?
JibJab subscription auto-renews each month, so canceling it consists of deactivating the auto-renewal status. This puts your account into Expiring Soon type, after which it will no longer be active.
You can only cancel the account via the same path you activated it—meaning that if you paid via Google Play or App Store, you have to cancel it the same way.
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Canceling JibJab Through the Web Browser
You can cancel your JibJab account from your PC by following these steps:
- Go to the JibJab website
- Click on the three horizontal lines in the top right corner
- Pick Log In
- Look for the Billing Info heading on the My Account page
- Click Edit Membership
- Choose Disable Auto-Renew
Once you complete this step, you will see a note saying that your membership will expire on the specified date.
Canceling JibJab Subscription on Android
If you were using the Android app and paid for your membership through Google Play, you need to disable auto-renewal through that platform. Here's how to do it:
- Open Google Play Store on your Android device
- Tap the three horizontal lines to access the Menu
- Tap Subscriptions
- Choose JibJab
- Click Cancel Subscription
Canceling JibJab Subscription on iOS
Here is how to turn off auto-renewal on your iPhone or any other iOS device:
- Open the Settings app
- Click on your name at the top of the Settings menu,
- Pick iTunes & App Store
- Tap the blue Apple ID
- Click on View Apple ID
- Scroll down until you find Subscriptions option and click on it
- Tap JibJab
- Choose Cancel Subscription
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Here is how:
- Open DoNotPay in your
- Click Find Hidden Money
- Type in JibJab as the name of the service
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Does JibJab Offer Prorated Refunds?
Yes, but only if you bought your subscription directly on their website—if you purchased through the Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store, there are no refunds available.
Does JibJab Membership Always Auto-Renew?
Yes, it's how this subscription works. You cannot turn off auto-renewal without disabling your account.
Does JibJab Offer Free Trials?
No, but there is a selection of free eCards you can use, and you can also switch to a free membership option.
Can You Pause JibJab Subscription?
No, there is no option to pause the membership.
Alternatives to JibJab
Since you decided to cancel JibJab, you might be interested in some other exciting ecard services.
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