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kugel
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Experian 7 days trial

Anyone know how could you cancel the day trial online?
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thornback
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Re: Experian 7 days trial

You can't cancel online, only change / upgrade / downgrade membership plans.   You have to call to cancel.   There may be a long wait, but the actual cancelling process once you get an agent is quick. 

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FinStar
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Re: Experian 7 days trial

@kugel- There are a few threads floating around that can be easily searched with this information in the General Credit section.  For instance, the most recent ones:

 

https://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/General-Credit-Topics/Credit-Check-Total/td-p/5516715

 

https://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/General-Credit-Topics/How-to-Cancel-Credit-Check-Total-in-Less-Than...

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Anonymous
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Re: Experian 7 days trial

If it’s Experian, go to manage your membership and downgrade to CreditWorks Basic instead of CreditWorks Premium. This will give you totally free monthly Experian updates and alerts. 

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Anonymous
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Re: Experian 7 days trial


@Anonymous wrote:

If it’s Experian, go to manage your membership and downgrade to CreditWorks Basic instead of CreditWorks Premium. This will give you totally free monthly Experian updates and alerts. 


This is what I do too. Very quick and easy and I haven't had any issues.

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Anonymous
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Re: Experian 7 days trial


@Anonymous wrote:

@Anonymous wrote:

If it’s Experian, go to manage your membership and downgrade to CreditWorks Basic instead of CreditWorks Premium. This will give you totally free monthly Experian updates and alerts. 


This is what I do too. Very quick and easy and I haven't had any issues.


Yep. It’s really cool of them to hand out 7 day trials non-stop for those of us who don’t want to pay for monitoring every month. A buck is easy. Smiley Happy

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