Planning To Move? Cancel Long Beach Utilities With DoNotPay!
If you are moving or want to cancel your Long Beach Services for any other reason, DoNotPay offers a quick solution.
How To Cancel Long Beach Utilities With DoNotPay
DoNotPay provides a stress-free way to terminate your Long Beach Utility Services.
Follow these simple steps:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Pick the Find Hidden Money option
- Type in Long Beach Utility Services as the name of the service
DoNotPay will let you know when the process is completed.
You can use our app to monitor other active subscriptions as well. We can scan all your memberships and cancel those you don’t use. You only need to connect your email or bank account to DoNotPay and we’ll take it from there.
Other Ways To Cancel Long Beach Utilities
Your other options are focused on reaching the City of Long Beach Commercial Services Bureau. Here is what you can try:
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Cancel Long Beach Utilities Over the Phone
If you are moving and want to turn off your Long Beach Utilities, you can do it over the phone. When calling, ask to speak to a representative regarding the cancellation.
Make sure to prepare:
- Your account number
- Your contact details
- The last four numbers of your Social Security number
You can contact the Commercial Services Bureau at 562-570-5700 or 833 408-8405.
Cancel Long Beach Utilities In Person
You can try canceling your service by visiting Long Beach City Hall, at 411 W. Ocean Blvd. You can do this during business days between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Cancel Long Beach Utilities via Mail
Another alternative is to send a cancellation request with your account number and contact details to:
City of Long Beach
P.O. Box 630
Long Beach, CA 90842-0001
Cancel Long Beach Utilities by an Email
There is an option to send an email as well. Draft your cancellation request, include your account number and relevant contact info and send it to GO-UtilityBilling@longbeach.gov.
Can You Get a Refund for Overpaid Utility Bills in Long Beach?
If you overpaid a bill, you could contact Long Beach Commercial Services Bureau and request a refund. If you are moving, any balance should be returned to your account.
A simpler method would be to use DoNotPay. If you paid your bill with a credit card, according to the Fair Credit Billing Act (FCBA) you have up to 60 days to dispute that charge. This is where we come in.
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Tap the Chargeback Instantly option
- Provide your bank details to our chatbot
- Type in Long Beach Commercial Services Bureau
- Follow the guidelines to build up your case
DoNotPay will then fax a dispute letter to your bank, and we can contact the Long Beach Commercial Services Bureau and ask for a refund on your behalf. We will also provide you with a letter containing relevant Visa and Mastercard codes.
Can’t Find a Common Ground With the City of Long Beach? Sue the Bureau With DoNotPay!
DoNotPay is a virtual lawyer app that helps you escalate your refund request to a small claims court lawsuit.
Here is what you can get from DoNotPay:
A Demand Letter
A custom-made letter that you can use to reach out to Long Beach Commercial Services Bureau and try to resolve the issue outside of court
Court forms requested by your small claims court in the correct number of copies you need. The forms will be filled out for you
A document containing all the particulars of your case, a guide on how to present your argument, and a list of evidence.
Discover How DoNotPay Can Make Your Life Easier
DoNotPay is a versatile app that can help you deal with the paperwork and save money in many different ways.
If you are not a fan of Long Beach parking tickets, we can help you dispute those, as well as parking tickets anywhere in California. We can also speed up the process of getting your California Driver’s license, or schedule a free DMV practice test.
Check out what else we can do by opening DoNotPay in your web browser!
Some issues we can assist you with are:
- Contesting parking tickets
- Dealing with challenging bills
- Handling credit card issues
- Getting a DMV appointment
- Obtaining refunds and compensations from airlines
- Fighting speeding tickets
- Protecting yourself from stalking and harassment
- Suing anyone in small claims court
- Deactivating other subscriptions or memberships
- Getting revenge on robocalls
- Skipping the phone queue when calling customer service
- Disputing traffic tickets
- Getting refunds from companies
- Preventing spam emails for good
- Signing up for free trials safely