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Wish cancell audible membership


In order to cancel your membership online, please follow these steps:
  1. Sign in to your Audible account on the desktop site.
  2. Hover your mouse over Hi [Your Name] at the top of the screen.
  3. Click or tap on Account Details
  4. Under Account Details, click or tap on Cancel my membership.

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How do I cancel my Amazon account? I cannot find a way to cancel my Amazon account or a phone number to call someone to cancel the Amazon account?


Once your account is closed, it's no longer accessible by you or anyone else. Keep in mind:
  • You won't have access to other websites using your Amazon.com log-in (Audible.com, certain international Amazon sites, etc.)
  • You won't have access to your account history (including credit card information, order history, etc.)
  • Returns and refunds can't be processed for orders on closed accounts (including textbook rentals)
To close your account, please contact us to request that your account be closed.

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I would like to cancel my audible membership


go to audible's website and look to your account and from there you can cancel your membership from the site

Feb 22, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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I have been charged a subscription without my authority for audible please cancel and reimburse my account.


sorry but we here on FIXYA , have no idea what you did . nor how you can get rid of it .

Jan 05, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Can i cancell my audible membership


  1. Sigh in to your Audible account on the desktop site.
  2. Hover your mouse over Hi [Your Name] at the top of the screen.
  3. Click or tap on Account Details
  4. Under Account Details, click or tap on Cancel my membership.

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I'D LIKE TO CANCEL MY AUDIBLE MEMBERSHIP #D01-2861298-3972149


Just call them. They are very helpful. Instead of canceling my membership, I requested it to be placed on hold for $10 per year. That way the account still maintains all of the books I have purchased and can still download them again if needed. I later also purchased an annual membership - cheaper per credit that way.

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How to cancel my audible account


You can find all the info on the many different options for cancelling your Audible account on the Audible website:

http://audible.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3765/~/cancelling-audible-membership

Hope that helps!

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How to cancel audible books on my kindle


Have you checked out yet how to end it online? If not with your Kindle, it may prove easier with a PC or laptop. Is it possible to call customer service? Some type of mechanism for canceling should exist: Given Audible's reliance upon auto-dinging and the prominence of that company, it must exist somewhere or somehow. Naturally, such services' canceling procedures never are prominently displayed on their sites--nor in their promotional materials. Ultimately nonetheless, you'll likely succeed at canceling directly through Audible.

Banking: If worse comes to worse, changing your account number or bank will end all such dingings. Any cleared drafts or online checks likely can't be recovered. Banks often prove quite unhelpful: They prefer not to get involved in ending customer/merchant autopay arrangements. After all, banks obtain more "like-clockwork" merchant fees and perhaps even expensive customer bank fees, otherwise.

Credit Card: If you can't get the charges canceled--dispute them via the card issuer's online or telephone facilities for that. Credit card issuers generally prove more cooperative and helpful. Often, they offer a relatively generous period in which to dispute charges. Payments will end--at least until the dispute is resolved.

It's a hassle: Whatever you do, don't let this continue: I know--"stiffen up" and make canceling Audible an urgent priority. (It's a painful lesson: Try to avoid undesirable future monthly automated "dingings" of the your accounts--as far as that proves desirable and practical. It adds up.)

Consider carefully the possible and future ramifications of giving your account numbers to anyone or any entity. Get a magnifying glass out, if necessary, and read that fine print--or, hit magnification on your device--perhaps that is where both dinging/fee warnings and canceling procedures lodge. (For anything or any entity proving new and unknown to you, find and note relevant reviews and anecdotes online. Ask others about these, if possible, too.)

I noted certain Pimsleur language courses online. The company's first lesson for a language proves gratis or nominally inexpensive--to obtain that, the company requires a valid major card account number though. In the fine print online, I noted that future lessons prove really expensive--customers later on find out about the truly onerous installment payments necessary to pay for each future lesson--naturally those lessons are auto-shipped and accounts are auto-dinged! I'm quite thankful that I noted the fine print--I put my debit card away and quickly exited!

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