When it Just Doesn't Stick Anymore. Cancel Stickr Fast With DoNotPay
Stickr is an advertising company that creates a link between businesses and drivers for advertising purposes. Drivers subscribe to the Stickr program to earn money by installing sticker ads on their car. There is a subscription fee for drivers, but it gets rebated at the end of each month if they fulfill their obligations.
How Can You Cancel Your Stickr Subscription?
If you are a driver for Stickr, there are several ways to cancel your subscription:
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Cancel Stickr via Email
One method to withdraw your Stickr membership is to email the company at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to include the following info in your email:
- Cancelation notice
- Your account info
- Your contact details
Cancel Stickr Over the Phone
You can also contact Stickr by calling them at 702-805-1854. To do this, call them during business days from 7 a.m.–6 p.m. MST.
Cancel Stickr With DoNotPay—the Easy Way!
With DoNotPay, you can cancel your Stickr membership in a few minutes.
Here are the steps to follow:
- Open DoNotPay in your
- Choose Find Hidden Money
- Enter Stickr as the name of the service
We will notify you when your Stickr membership gets canceled.
You can also use DoNotPay to monitor other active subscriptions.
Connect your email or bank account with DoNotPay, and we will find all your subscriptions. The app can assist in canceling those you don't use anymore.
Can I Pause Stickr for a While?
No, there is no such option at the moment.
Does Stickr Membership Renew Each Month?
Yes, Stickr membership auto-renews each month until you cancel it. The company will charge your card monthly on the same day that you completed your registration.
Are There Free Trials With Stickr?
No, there is no trial period. Once you register, you have to pay the fee. The fee will be rebated to you every time you verify the proper installation of the sticker ads.
Can I Get a Prorated Refund When I Cancel Stickr?
Since your subscription fee is returned to you each month, if you decide to cancel in the middle of your subscription period, you can request a refund. You can get back the fees you paid within the 30 days of your refund request.
You cannot get a refund for fees that were already rebated to you. You can send your refund request to email@example.com.
Make sure to include the following info in the email:
- Your full name
- Billing address
- Phone number
- The reason for canceling
- The email address that you signed up with
You should also expect a callback from the company representative to confirm your refund request.
Stickr Refuses to Cooperate? Sue the Company With the Help of DoNotPay!
If you feel like Stickr is unreasonable and difficult to deal with, you can file a lawsuit against them in small claims court.
DoNotPay will guide you through this process and make sure you have everything you need to appear in court. You only need to provide our chatbot with some basic info about the case to get started.
Here is what you can get from DoNotPay:
A Demand Letter
We will create a formal Demand letter that you can send to Stickr to resolve the matter outside of court. This document can serve as important evidence if Slickr refuses to cooperate
Pre-Filled Legal Forms
Our app will generate all the legal paperwork that you need, fill it out for you, and make sure you have the required number of copies
A Script for Your Appearance in Court
DoNotPay can write a script for your specific court case. We will guide you through what you are supposed to say in court
Open DoNotPay in your and check out how to get back at Stickr.
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