Cancel the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Subscription Fast and Easy
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the most significant daily newspaper in Atlanta, Georgia. Previously published separately—Constitution in the morning, Journal in the afternoon—from 2001, these two publications are merged into a single morning paper.
Can I Cancel the Atlanta Journal-Constitution With DoNotPay?
Canceling your Atlanta Journal-Constitution with DoNotPay is the best and fastest way of doing it. Here’s which steps to follow:
- Access your DoNotPay account from a
- Select the “Find Hidden Money” option
- Type in “The Atlanta Journal-Constitution”
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How to Cancel the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Your Own
Want to unsubscribe from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution manually? Here’s how you can do it:
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How to Cancel AJC Subscription via Email
You can contact the Atlanta Journal-Constitution customer care via email, and here’s what you should do:
- Write a formal email asking them to cancel your membership
- Include the following info:
- Your personal details
- Your Atlanta Journal-Constitution account details
- The reason why you want to cancel
- The time and amount of the last payment
- The last four digits of your credit card number
- Request a confirmation email
- Send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Save the confirmation once you receive it
How to Cancel AJC Subscription Over the Phone
To cancel over the phone, dial 1-800-933-9771 and ask the customer support representative to cancel your subscription.
Make sure to request and save a confirmation email in this case, too.
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Will the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Offer Me a Prorated Refund?
Yes—once you cancel the Atlanta Journal-Constitution subscription, you’ll get a refund for the unused portion of your membership. You should call them and request a refund.
Does the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Free Trial Period Automatically Turn Into a Paid Membership?
The Atlanta Journal usually offers short free trial periods around holidays, but free trials aren’t in their regular offer. When they do enable it, the subscriptions auto-renew into paid memberships afterward.
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We will generate a random credit card number and a temporary email address that you should use when signing up for the free trial.
Once the trial period is over, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution won’t be able to charge you for the paid subscription because our virtual credit card doesn’t contain any money. You’ll be automatically unsubscribed.
Can I Pause My Atlanta Journal-Constitution?
You can pause your subscription by doing the following:
- Log in to your Atlanta Journal-Constitution account
- Go to “Member center portal”
- Click on “Manage Subscription”
- Select “Schedule a vacation stop”
What Do the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Charges Look Like on My Statement?
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution could show up in your bank statement as “Atlanta Journal Constitution.”
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