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How to Cancel the Motley Fool Membership the Easiest Way

The Motley Fool is an online company that, first and foremost, offers financial advice to its users. When you subscribe to a premium membership, the service unlocks many more features for you to explore, like studying how cryptocurrency works, how you can invest in the stock market, and how best to save up for your retirement.

If the company managed to disappoint you, though, we’ve got your back. Here’s how you can cancel your Motley Fool membership in less than no time.

How to Cancel The Motley Fool Through the Company

There are three ways you can terminate your Motley Fool subscription on your own:

  1. Calling the company
  2. Writing an email to the Motley Fool
  3. Filling out an online form on the company's website

Calling the Motley Fool to Cancel Your Membership

If you want to talk to the Motley Fool staff over the phone and have them cancel your paid membership, follow these steps:

  1. Call +1 (844) 408-4263
  2. Wait out the phone queue patiently
  3. Ask the representative to cancel your subscription

Here’s the time during which you can reach the Motley Fool customer support:

Days of the Week

Working Hours (EST)

9.30 am–4 pm

If you’re having trouble reaching the Motley Fool because of the impossibly long phone queues, you can let DoNotPay help you. Our AI Consumer Champion is always available to dial any customer service for you and wait in the phone queue in your stead.

Emailing the Motley Fool to Cancel Your Membership

You can also request a cancelation of your membership from the Motley Fool through an email. You have two ways of doing so:

Using the Motley Fool Website to Cancel Your Membership

The third option the Motley Fool offers users to terminate premium memberships is through their accounts. Here’s how:

  1. Log in to your Motley Fool account
  2. Go to the My Accounts option
  3. Follow the prompts from there to cancel your subscription

Skip All the Trouble and Have DoNotPay Cancel Your Motley Fool Membership

If you don’t feel like going through the bother of dealing with the Motley Fool yourself or you can’t find your way around their website—DoNotPay has got your back! We can cancel any service you’re signed up for, including the Motley Fool. There are only three easy steps to take:

  1. Access DoNotPay from any
  2. Select Find Hidden Money on your dashboard
  3. Enter the Motley Fool

Your job now is done! Our AI Consumer Champion will have you unsubscribed from the Motley Fool within the next 48 hours and send you an email as soon as the cancelation is completed.

The best news is that our help doesn’t end there. Do you find it hard, like thousands of Americans, to keep track of your paid memberships and end up giving out way more money to subscription services than necessary? If so, you don’t have to call this issue an issue any longer.

Let our AI Consumer Champion manage your memberships by connecting your email or bank account to DoNotPay. We can identify all subscription services you’re no longer using and save you hundreds of dollars in the process by canceling each of them.

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Has the Motley Fool Misused You?

The Motley Fool is no stranger to negative reviews. The biggest complaint customers submit is about the poor customer service—their general unresponsiveness and the way it can lead to users losing the window of opportunity to get the requested refunds.

The other issue customers report is the company's overall shadiness and its tactics to lure you in and take as much money from you as they possibly can.

If you feel like the Motley Fool fooled you or didn’t grant you a refund when you were eligible for one, you can send demand letters to them in a small claims court with DoNotPay. Don’t worry if you don’t have any previous experience. It’s why we’re here to help you file your claim. Here’s how the process works:

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