Friday, 20 September 2019

How To Cancel Your Amazon Prime 30 Day Free Trial So You Won’t Be Charged (2018)

How To Cancel Your Amazon Prime 30 Day Free Trial So You Won’t Be Charged (2018)
03 Jan
2:29

so a lot of people don't realize that if you sign up for the Amazon Prime 30-day free trial then after 30 days it's going to auto-renew and you're going to be charged for the Prime membership so if you don't want that to happen to you then keep watching this video I'm going to show you how to set up your trial so that will automatically cancel after 30 days and you won't get charged Let's unbox that! Hello friends Rasheed here from proceed to checkout where we do tips and tutorials for Amazon customers just like you so if you'd like to see more videos like that then please hit that subscribe button also check out the description and notes below where I'll put links to any pages and other things mentioned in this video and here's a quick question for you what do you think about the free trial so far are there any benefits in particular that you like and what do you think about this whole auto-renew new thing with Amazon do you think this is a case where Amazon dropped the ball let me know in the comments below

Anyway so you got the Amazon Prime free trial and maybe you don't even know that you've got it If you get a new Kindle Fire for example that comes with a free trial included and a lot of people don't know about that and at the end of your 30-day trial it auto-renews and you're gonna be charged So what you want to do is change the auto renew settings and to do that you're gonna sign in to your Amazon account then hover your mouse over "hello your name" and from this drop down list click on "your prime membership" and then on this page on the left you'll see what your trial period is and when it will auto-renew and if you click on "remind me before renewing" they'll send you an email three days before your trial ends But for peace of mind if you want to change that auto-renew setting then go to the bottom and click on "do not continue my free trial" Now don't be fooled by the wording I've seen some people on YouTube say you should wait till the end of your trial period before doing this because it will end your trial immediately

Don't worry about that, the wording "do not continue" and "end my benefits" that's just wrong your trial won't end immediately and you'll still have all the prime minutes until the end of the 30 day period All you're doing is telling Amazon not to renew prime after the 30-day period So click on end my benefits and you're gonna notice a lot of repetition here because they really want to keep you on prime but just go ahead and click on end benefits again and on the last page again you'll get the same options so click on cancel membership one more time And after that you'll see this confirmation telling you when your trial membership will end and that your card will not be charged after that and you'll see the same message over here And that's all there is to it, your trial membership is now set to auto-cancel instead of auto-renew

But before you go ahead and do everything I've just showed you if you paid close attention you may have noticed that I just got an offer to extend my free trial and get another 30 days for free That's right there is a situation where Amazon will actually give you an additional 30 days and in another video I'll show you how you can get that trial extension and as soon as that videos ready I'll put a link on the screen and in the description below In the meantime hope you found this video useful if you did give it a like if you didn't give it a dislike and don't forget to subscribe for a lot more videos coming soon if you have any questions please drop them in the comments below and I'll see you again in the next one

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