Cancel Young Living and Get Rid of Anything That’s Not Essential
Back in 1993, Donald Gary Young founded a multi-level-marketing company that sells essential oils called Young Living. The headquarters of the business is located in Lehi, Utah.
How To Be Done With Your Young Living Subscription by Yourself
You can cancel your Young Living subscription on your own if you get in touch with the company’s customer service. This means that you would have to either talk over the phone or exchange emails with the customer service reps. Here’s an overview of your options:
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How To Cancel Your Young Living Subscription by Email
Inform Young Living of your wish to cancel the subscription via email by doing the following:
- Compose a message in a formal style
- Write the reason for contacting the company
- Include details about yourself that may be relevant
- Send the email to email@example.com
- Wait for the reply
Make sure to keep some proof of your cancellation.
How To Cancel Your Young Living Subscription Over the Phone
You can also dial Young Living’s customer service number and tell them to cancel your subscription. Follow these steps::
- Call +1-800-371-3515
- Tell the rep about your account
- Inform them that you don’t want to be subscribed to their service
- Follow any other instructions to complete your cancellation process
Young Living’s customer support is available Monday through Saturday from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. You can also reach them between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Sundays.
DoNotPay—An Easier Way To Cancel Your Young Living Subscription
There is an easier way to cancel Young Living—DoNotPay. The world’s first robot lawyer can help you sail through the cancellation process.
Say goodbye to Young Living in three simple steps:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Navigate to the Find Hidden Money tab
- Enter Young Living as the service
When your connection with Young Living is officially over, we’ll send an email to inform you.
DoNotPay can help you keep your subscriptions in order with another feature. If you connect your email or bank account to your DoNotPay account, we will highlight all your subscriptions.
You can select the ones you no longer use or don’t wish to pay for. DoNotPay makes it that simple not to waste your money.
Subscribe to Another Service Once You Cancel Young Living
You can look into other options to supply yourself with essential oils of all kinds. If you cancel Young Living membership, you can try out any of the following options instead:
|Plant Therapy||$15 per month||
|Essential Oil Exchange||$10 per month||
|doTERRA||$25 yearly renewal fee||
If you end up unsatisfied with doTerra’s services, you can count on DoNotPay to help you cancel this membership as well.
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