The average customer loses £160 a year                            from unwanted Subscriptions. 

Helping you cancel your Microsoft Subscription

ScribePay helps you track, pay, monitor, and cancel unwanted susbcriptions Download the app to get started.

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ScribePay has no partnership or agreement with Microsoft. ScribePay is a payments app that acts as an independent third party service that takes your instruction to cancel susbcription payments made with your ScribePay virtual card on your behalf. 

Cancel your free trial Microsoft 365 family Subscription 

  1. You can cancel your Microsoft 365 Family trial within 30 days of signing up and you won't be charged.

  2. Sign in to the page using the Microsoft account that's associated with your Microsoft 365 Family trial. They can help if you can't remember the Microsoft account or password you use with Office.

  3. Under your Microsoft 365 subscription, look for the Expires on date or a Cancel link as described below.

  4. If you don't see a Cancel link, and you see Paid with and None, your trial will end on the Expires on date. You don't need to cancel because no future payments will be made.

  5. If you see a Cancel link under Microsoft 365 Family, select Cancel to cancel your trial.

  6. If you don't see a Cancel link and you see a Turn on recurring billing link, recurring billing is turned off. Your trial will end on the Expires on date. You don't need to cancel because no future charges will be made.

Cancel Microsoft free trial with ScribePay

  1. When you want to subscribe to Microsoft, use your ScribePay Virtual Card 

  2. After free trial, Microsoft will request a payment through your virtual card

  3. ScribePay will send you a notification to 'Approve or deny' the Auto Renewal

  4. If you deny, your subscription wont Auto Renew.

  5. If you Approve, we will set up new subscription; giving you total visibility

  6. No longer want the subscription? simply click on Microsoft subscription in app and cancel payment. 

ScribePay simply stops the subscription payment from coming out of your account. If you in in a contract (which is unlikely for subscriptions as money is taken in advance of service delivery),  make sure you have an alternative way to pay.