Online transactions sometimes can be a little scary, even more, if you find your bank statement with fishy or strange transactions that you didn’t approve (or did without knowing it).
Let’s say that you’ve found GinaPay transactions in your account, and you need to clarify what happened, don’t panic. Follow these simple instructions to stop that from happening again.
Start by going to the service website and check the client login.
You can enter it by inputting your information, which will be, your email and password chosen in your registration. Or if you don’t remember those just input your card’s 8 last digits.
Once you are in, you can check in the panel the status of your subscription, as seen in the image.
If you truly desire to cancel it, just press the cancel button to the right and you can see in real-time the actual status of that order.
Just after you cancel it, you will receive an email in your inbox and that is your confirmation for canceling the service.
This kind of thing can happen sometimes when you sign yourself to receive some offers all over the web, some services offer those freebies but you should not forget to cancel the service after you’re done with it. Otherwise, withdrawals in your account may occur.
You can always search for more information on GinaPay website here.
They have email support and they even have free phone support if you are calling through a landline during business hours.
Their service uses a secure payment system so your card data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands on the internet, but in fact, if you don’t want to use their service you need to cancel it in the proper way.
Next time you are browsing online and subscribe for a free service, don’t forget to check their terms of service to cancel any undesirable fee in your finances.
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