Take Control of Your Subscriptions – Tool-of-the-Week: How many of us have signed up for a subscription that we can’t seem to be able to cancel? I’m guessing a few readers are nodding their heads up and down then this is for you.
by Kevin James Culp
Truth, some possibly have more than one that they need to or want to cancel but can’t. Read on to learn how to cancel any subscription that you might be entered into that you either no longer need, want or are being charged for without noticing. Answer: Truebill.
I read a great piece a few days back that I wanted to quote from by Grant Sabatier who highlighted ways to save money by using a great app that has helped many save much. Great piece that I linked here as he went into extensive detail about the additional services that Truebill offers. I feel it is a great read but thee focus of the post was to focus solely on the subscription cancelation feature the I personally love. Grant states, that “there are plenty of shady companies out there that rely on automated bill payments to siphon your cash. It could be months before you ever notice it on your credit card statements. The worst part is that many of these companies make canceling your subscription nearly impossible. That’s where Truebill comes in.”
IS TRUEBILL LEGIT? – Take Control of Your Subscriptions
“If you are diligent about looking over your banking account, which most of us aren’t, then you probably don’t need to use Truebill.
If you could use some help finding wiggle room in your budget, Truebill can help you review and manage your finances.
Even if you are a responsible spender, you can still benefit from Truebill’s additional features. Its ability to negotiate lower rates and credit you for downtimes in service make it a useful tool for nearly everybody. It charges you a substantial service fee for the effort, but it saves you from having to go through the trouble of calling companies yourself.
For starters, try out Truebill’s free version. If you like it, you can always upgrade. Either way, it’s worth testing out for yourself, says Sabatier.”
Thanks for Reading and Carpe Diem My Friends!
NOTE: We do not profit in any way from the free trial or a paid service. We simply love the company and are users ourselves.