How to Cancel Cell biology
Learn all the steps and procedures to cancel your Cell biology subscription - on iPhone, Android, Paypal or directly on their website. End your Cell biology subscription here.
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Cancel Cell biology Subscription on iPhone & iPad
Steps to cancel Cell biology subscription on your iOS device:
- On your phone, click "Settings".
- Next, open your Apple ID profile by tapping the icon with your name on it.
- From the profile page, click the "Subscriptions" menu.
- Look through the list and click on "Cell biology".
- Click the "Cancel Subscription" button at the end of the page.
- Confirm that you want to cancel your subscription. Once you click this "cancel" button, the process of canceling Cell biology subscription is complete!
Another way to cancel Cell biology subscription is from the Apple App Store. Here is how:
- Click the Appstore application and tap your profile.
- From your accounts page, click Subscriptions.
- Select the active subscription you want to end.
- Click "Cancel Subscription".
Cancel Cell biology Subscription on Android
To cancel your active Android subscriptions, here are some steps to follow:
- Launch the PlayStore app from your phone's home screen.
- On the left-hand side of the screen, click the hamburger menu icon beside the search bar.
- From the list, select "Subscriptions".
- Tap on "Cell biology" and click "Cancel Subscription".
- You will be asked why you want to cancel your subscription. Choose any option. You can decline to answer
- Your subscription to Cell biology will now be canceled.
Cancel Cell biology Subscription on PayPal
If you signed up to Cell biology via Paypal, Paypal helps you cancel directly from your Paypal account. Here is how:
- Sign in to your PayPal Account.
- Click "Settings "" from the top of your account page.
- Select "Payments".
- Click "Manage Automatic Payments".
- Under Automatic Payments tab, you will see Cell biology. Click it
- Click "Cancel" button
- You are now unsubscribed from Cell biology
Cancel Cell biology via Email
You can cancel the service by contacting Cell biology via email. Here is how to handle the email cancelation request:
- Open your email app
- Provide all the relevant information regarding your account.
- Provide a reason for the cancelation.
- Shoot your email to [email protected] Login to see email.
Cancel Subscription Directly on Cell biology's Website
Another way of canceling Cell biology subscriptions is to do it from their website. This will help if you don't have the Cell biology app installed on your smartphone or have deleted it. Here is how to cancel:
- Visit their website - https://soft24hours.com and login to your account.
- Goto your profile or account page.
- Click "Billings" or "Subscriptions" or other similar alternatives to see a list of your options.
- "Cancel" your subscription.
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