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How to cancel Scribd with Truebill

Want to quickly cancel your Scribd account? Our app does all the hard work of canceling your unwanted subscriptions so you’re no longer charged by companies you don’t need.

Here is how you can cancel Scribd with Truebill:

  1. Sign up

    Getting started with Truebill only takes a minute.

  2. Connect your accounts

    We scan your transactions to detect all of your subscriptions, surfacing some you may have forgotten about!

  3. Start your cancellation

    Select your Scribd subscription, follow the short instructions on screen, then check your email for a confirmation. It’s that easy.

How to cancel Scribd manually

We’ve put together a short video, walking you through how to cancel your Scribd subscription.

To deactivate your Scribd account:

  1. Log in to your Scribd account
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  1. Hover your mouse over the icon in the upper righthand corner to bring up the drop-down navigation menu and select 'Account Settings'
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  1. Select 'Cancel membership' under 'Account'
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  1. Continue canceling your account
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  1. Provide the reason for cancelation
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  1. Finally, pres 'Cancel membership'
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