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

Helping you cancel your Financial Times 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 Financial Times. 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 Financial Times Subscription 
 

Digital subscriptions

If you have a Standard Digital subscription, Premium Digital subscription or Digital Trial you can do this online by visiting the 'Subscription' tab in Settings & Account and selecting the 'Cancel subscription' option.

Note: All cancellations will be processed at the end of your current subscription term.

Print or Print + Digital subscriptions 

For all other subscription types, please contact our Customer Care team using live chat or phone.

Please have the following information available:

  • Your full name (or the person on the billing information if different from the user)

  • The Account email address or Account Number (Customer Reference Number)

  • The billing address or delivery address (including zip code/postcode)

  • Your contact telephone number

Note: All cancellations will be processed at the end of your current subscription term.

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Cancel Financial Times Subscription  with ScribePay

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

  2. After discounted or free trial, Financial Times will want to charge your virtual card.

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

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

  5. No longer want the subscription? simply click on Financial Times 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.