Cancel MetroFax in a Matter of Minutes
MetroFax is an online faxing service for both business and individual purposes. It is available on computers, iOS devices, and Android—no fax machine necessary.
If you’re not satisfied with what MetroFax has to offer, DoNotPay can help you cancel your MetroFax account in a flash.
How To Cancel MetroFax
According to MetroFax terms of service, you can cancel your account at any time for whatever reason. Make sure to save your documents before canceling because you will not be able to access them afterward.
Here are all the ways you can cancel your MetroFax account:
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Cancel MetroFax via Email
If you would like to cancel by email, you can send your cancellation request to email@example.com. You should include the following details in your message:
- Full name
- Your MetroFax account number
- Any questions you may have
- Your other contact information
Cancel MetroFax on Their Website
MetroFax has a live chat option on their website which lets you cancel your account. It is available 24/7.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Go to MetroFax home page
- Click on Chat With Us in the bottom right corner
- Enter your first and last name
- Type in your email address
- Write Cancellation under Subject
- Tap on Start Chatting
- Send a message to the customer service rep once they join the chat
- Have your MetroFax account number ready
Be aware that you may have to wait a while to reach someone.
Whether you cancel MetroFax via email or live chat, they will send you an email to confirm your cancellation.
What Could Get in the Way of Canceling MetroFax?
Many dissatisfied customers complain about having difficulties canceling MetroFax.
One person claims the customer service rep vanished once the customer said she wanted to cancel. Another user writes that he had to wait for a long time before someone from MetroFax joined the chat.
If you’re not getting a response from MetroFax via chat or email, you could try calling them on 1 (888) 321-3121. What if they put you on hold forever? DoNotPay can swoop in and wait in your stead! You can go back to your day-to-day, and we’ll notify you when to join the call.
Canceling MetroFax on your own may seem like a lot of work, but you can rely on DoNotPay to make your life easier!
Canceling MetroFax Using DoNotPay Is a Faster and Safer Way!
Why bother with unresponsive customer support when we know a better way? With DoNotPay, you can click a few buttons and be rid of MetroFax. Check out how to do it:
- Access DoNotPay through your
- Choose Find Hidden Money
- Type in MetroFax as the name of the merchant
- Submit the request
Now you can relax—we can take it from here! DoNotPay will send you an email with the confirmation that your MetroFax account has been canceled.
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What Are Some Alternatives to MetroFax?
Are you done with MetroFax? Some similar companies that offer fax services are:
Choosing a new fax service is not easy. There are various factors to consider, such as the price, your preferences, etc. You should compare the services before you decide which one is a good fit.
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