How to Delete your Account on Scribd… Cancel Subscription
Let DoNotPay’s virtual credit card stop Scribd charge you after free trial ends
With so many ebooks to read, it’s easy to forget to cancel your free trial on Scribd. If you want to stop this from happening, you can use DoNotPay’s virtual credit card to sign up for paid membership. Scribd won’t know the difference from your regular credit card, and you will enjoy the free month without having to look in the calendar.
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Yes. If you want a refund for the unused premium membership, you need to submit a request to Scribd within 30 days after the last charge on your credit card. You will not receive a partial or full refund for your subscription if you use your membership during these 30 days. Scribd cant issue refunds for charges older than 30 days.
Why can’t I cancel my Scribd subscription?
You can cancel a subscription by going to the account page on their website. You should then click on “settings” and then you should find a tab that says “subscriptions”. Clicking on that tab will show you all of your current subscriptions and you should be able to cancel the ones you want.
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