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ScoreSense Subscription Cancellation

Monitoring your credit score is an important process that every citizen needs to remember about, since it affects a lot of different parts of their lives. No one wants to learn about some sort of problem when applying for a loan, which is where services such as ScoreSense come in. This particular service is also not the only competitor on the market, so it is incredibly useful to know how to cancel it via different methods.

Credit score monitoring is quite an important errand for people, keeping track of their financial status and knowing if there are any issues that can become a problem when a person applies for a loan. There are many different solutions out there that can offer credit score monitoring services, including both free and paid ones.

Unsurprisingly, a lot of paid solutions in this industry are using a well-known subscription model with recurring payments for its services – this also applies to the main topic of this article, a service called ScoreSense.

ScoreSense is a service for credit monitoring that offers its users a number of credit reports and credit scores in exchange for a monthly membership. It supports all three of the credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and Transunion), can offer credit alerts and monitors the changes on a daily basis, as well as many other options.

As with any other subscription-based service, knowing about the ways to cancel your ScoreSense subscription might prove highly beneficial in hindsight, whenever you decide that you want to cancel your subscription (for one way or another). Unfortunately, there are only two ways to cancel ScoreSense subscription, and both of these are not as convenient as some of the more modern services out there – a phone call and a physical letter.

How to cancel ScoreSense with a letter

An official physical letter can be used to cancel your ScoreSense subscription, but the customer in question would have to include quite a lot of different information in the letter for the cancellation request to be accepted. Here is the full list of all the information that needs to be included in such a letter:

  • A customer’s full name and birth date;
  • A contact number;
  • A customer’s physical address;
  • Membership ID of the customer in question (usually assigned to a customer after the registration process);
  • All of the customer’s payment details, including the last four digits of the customer’s credit card;
  • In-depth information about the customer’s last payments for the service in question;
  • A customer’s social security number;
  • A reason for canceling ScoreSense.

This letter then needs to be sent to a specific address for ScoreSense cancellation to be processed properly:

4447 North Central Expressway Suite 100 PMB 406 Dallas, TX 75205

How to cancel ScoreSense with a phone call

A phone call is also a feasible alternative when it comes to ScoreSense subscription cancellation. There is a dedicated customer support phone number that ScoreSense has, and it can be used to cancel the subscription in question.

Since a phone call is rather hard to predict since it involves a conversation with a real person, we can only predict what you would need for this call to become a successful endeavor. The first step is to dial 1-800-972-7204, and the second step is to ask the customer support employee to cancel your ScoreSense subscription.

One thing that can be said with absolute certainty is that the customer in question would have to prove their identity before their subscription cancellation request is processed. As such, it is highly recommended to have at least your social security number and your membership ID when you call this ScoreSense phone number to cancel the subscription.

This information is extremely relevant since ScoreSense does have a free 7-day trial that automatically transforms into paid subscription when the trial period is over, so knowing different cancellation methods is extremely important if you would not be satisfied with the service for some reason.

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