How to Request a Hulu Refund in a Matter of Minutes With DoNotPay
Hulu is an on-demand video subscription service owned by Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International. The company launched a subscription service back in 2010 and currently has 32.1 million paid subscribers.
Have you stopped keeping track of your Hulu bills to find out that you’ve been overpaying for them for a long time? Are you tired of paying too much for something that you rarely even use? DoNotPay offers you an easy way to request a Hulu refund without wasting too much time and energy.
Get Your Hulu Refund Using DoNotPay
If you find out that you overpaid for a Hulu monthly subscription, be sure to use DoNotPay and get that money back. With DoNotPay, you get a shortcut to your Hulu refund:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser or download the iPhone app for free
- Find the Chargeback Instantly tab and click on Get Protected
- Provide your full name, bank information, the merchant’s information, and the payment method used
- Choose if you want DoNotPay to send the dispute letter and click on Submit
After you finish the process, sit back and relax while we do the rest. DoNotPay will fax the request to your bank automatically, and we will also send all Visa and Mastercard codes that can help you with your request. We can also contact Hulu first if you instruct us to.
How To Request a Hulu Refund on Your Own
If you choose to ask for a Hulu refund on your own, you can do it by:
- Visiting Hulu’s website
- Calling customer service
Request a Hulu Refund Online
Make sure to have solid evidence that you were overcharged on your previous bill or that you could not cancel your subscription in time so that your refund does not get rejected. To request a Hulu refund, you need to:
- Go to Hulu website
- Login to your Hulu account
- Go to the bottom of the page and click Help Center
- Select the Submit Request button
- Apply for the refund and provide information about it
You should receive an email confirmation from Hulu regarding your request. Since Hulu works on a subscription basis, you can ask for a refund if you receive an unwarranted charge or if you overpay for a service.
Get a Hulu Refund Over the Phone
You can also issue a request by contacting their customer service. If you are having trouble reaching them due to waiting on the line, DoNotPay can help you skip those long queues and get in touch with the customer service rep in a heartbeat.
Can I Request a Hulu Refund Via
Hulu Refund Policy
Hulu is strict when it comes to its refund policy. The Hulu refund policy states that the company will only approve refunds if you happen to be overpaying for your monthly subscription or if there is an unwarranted charge.
When you get overcharged for your monthly bill, you have 30 days to request a refund; otherwise, Hulu will not accept it. Hulu will dismiss any request made after 30 days from the charge in question.
What Is Hulu Subscription Refund Policy?
Hulu does not issue refunds for canceled memberships. When you decide to cancel your account, you will not receive a refund. The service will last until the day of the renewal but will then be terminated. If you choose to downgrade your package, you could request a refund for the amount that is left from the previous bill.
There is a chance that Hulu will refuse to give you a refund and carry the amount forward and use it to pay for the new plan in the next billing cycle.
If you are having trouble with your Hulu subscription and you believe that Hulu is overcharging you for their services, we can be of further assistance. We can show you the fastest and easiest way to cancel your Hulu subscription. There is no need to get in touch with Hulu or contact any third-party service that you bought the subscription through, such as Spotify, iTunes, or Amazon. Open DoNotPay in your web browser or use the iPhone app and cancel that subscription without any hustle.
How to Cancel Hulu Subscription With DoNotPay
DoNotPay can help you monitor all your subscriptions and cancel any that you don’t feel like using anymore. If you want to cancel your Hulu subscription, you can do that by:
- Signing in to DoNotPay account
- Selecting Find Hidden Money
- Naming Hulu as the service you want to cancel
DoNotPay will inform you as soon as your subscription has been canceled. If Hulu refuses to cancel your subscription and continues to charge you for the service you don’t want to use, DoNotPay can help you sue the company in small claims court. We will provide evidence for your case and draft you a script that you can use in court to help you win the case.
Does Hulu Offer a Free Trial?
Yes, Hulu does offer a seven-day free trial, and once it is over, it automatically converts into a paid subscription.
If you find it hard to keep track of a seven-day free trial and are annoyed every time a trial turns into a paid subscription, we feel you. With DoNotPay’s virtual credit card, you can sign up for as many free trials as you want and never worry about losing your money on unused subscriptions.
What Is a Virtual Credit Card?
Once you register for a free trial with a virtual credit card, DoNotPay will generate random numbers to make the card appear like a real credit card but will conceal your personal data—such as your bank and credit card information. The secret to this free virtual credit card is that the merchant sees it as an actual credit card, but when they want to use it to charge you for a subscription, the virtual credit card will no longer be valid.
You never have to worry again about free trials’ expiration dates and companies charging you for services you don’t want to use.
What Else Can DoNotPay Assist You With?
You don’t need to rush anywhere — with DoNotPay, you can do everything from the comfort of your chair. Our offers vary from getting refunds, canceling subscriptions, and even suing companies that violate your rights. We are here so that you don’t have to go through life’s troubles all alone. Visit DoNotPay using your web browser or the iPhone app, and see if there is anything you need help with. Our robot lawyer can assist you with:
- Protecting yourself from stalking and harassment
- Resolving your credit card issues
- Dealing with bills you’re unable to pay
- Fighting speeding tickets
- Dealing with traffic tickets
- Getting refunds from other companies
- Requesting compensation from airlines for delayed or canceled flights
- Disputing parking tickets
- Jumping the phone queue when reaching out to customer service reps
- Suing anyone or any company in small claims court
- Scheduling an appointment with the DMV
- Canceling any subscription or membership that you don’t want to use
- Getting revenge on robocalls
- Getting rid of spam from your inbox for good