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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Blessed, Apr 24, 2001.
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Just call them and tell them you want to cancel.
Thank You Mimi
I thought it would be more difficult than that because I had to sign so much stuff electronically.
Um, sometimes it is not as easy as canceling the card. I canceled my Cap One they were charging and sent them a letter. Cap One continued to charge me b/c it was coded in such a way that they let it go through. The rep at Cap One said as long as the card has a balance, monthly charges such as a gym membership or the junum payment would continue. Just an FYI. Clearly every card is different.
I agree with mimi. It's very easy to cancel. junum made it that way on purpose. no long contracts or fees to close. They make it that way because there are so many people who need the service and others who have to cancel for one reason or another and they don't want to add to someones financial burden. It's a great policy because I hate when you try to cancel and they give you hell. I tried to close AOL once and it took forever. I also signed up with Privacyguard just to see what they had and to cancel, they made me call. When I did, I had this guy who knew nothing about credit trying to convince me to stay a member. I finally had to say, look buddy, I only joined to test your product for research. He quickly let me cancel
Good for you Kristi...that's right cut em off quickly. Those reps always seem to talk me into something or at least listening to their speel. I believe that's why soooo many telemarketers love to call my house. They think I'm a pushover. ;o)