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      Please be very cautious when subscribing to this “free trial!” I was charged for a 6 months subscription the DAY BEFORE the “free trial” ended!!! After being charged for a 6 months subscription, I immediately tried to cancel my “free trial.” I was then charged a $25 cancellation fee!!! I lost a lot of money over this “FREE trial!” Very upset!!!!

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        Virginia (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear that and thank you for the heads up! What I like to do when I sign up for free trials like this one is I cancel my subscription at least 3 days before the expiration date. That way I’m sure that it won’t auto-renew and charge my card.

        • Thank you. I learned a hard, and very expensive, lesson about subscribing to free trials!

          • It actually states that you are signing up for a 6 month subscription once the free trial ends. It also goes on to say if you cancel before the 6 months is up you are charged a $25 fee.

        • Helpful Comment

          While it is nice that FSF provides a note on this post warning about the cancellation policy and incurring a $25 charge if cancelled prior to expiration of your subscription, an even greater service would be if you inform people within that same “Note” section that the way to avoid automatically being charged before the end of your free trial is to cancel at least two day prior to the completion of the 14-day trial (as stated in their terms and conditions). Without stating this in the original post I have no doubt a lot of people aren’t even looking into the deal because they feel like there’s no way to avoid being charged when there actually is a way.

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      Thanks for all the Familysearch.org recommendations. I just came from there and it’s awesome. I found my family tree back several generations 🙂

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      Not worth it

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      Or you can use FamilySearch which is completely free

    5. -3

      Hi. Take your time and read all that it says. I read it about 3 times and saw the cancellation terms.

    6. -4

      So in reality, you don’t really get a free trial if you cancel you still have to pay a cancellation fee.

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      May try this. Been wondering how it works for a long time

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        -5.1

        Although I forgot to cancel the free trial before it was over, costing me $35, it really was all worth it to me. I absolutely am thrilled with all that I’ve been able to learn about my family from this website thus far, and I’m looking forward to many more discoveries. I greatly recommend ! 😊

        • Helpful Comment

          As one of the moderators noted in her earlier post, I too set a calendar reminder a couple of days prior to expiration of free trials to make sure I cancel. I’ve forgotten too many time to count, but the calendar trick works well for me.

          I also do the same with auto renewals on things like streaming services where I pay annually to keep my overall cost down. The rationale is that they often run deals that end up being cheaper than the rate I would otherwise be charged so I’ll sign up under the better terms for the upcoming year. Even if it’s only for new customers, I just have one of the other adults in my house set the account up in their name as they meet the legal definition of new customer in most cases.

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        An alternetive is Familysearch.org. It’s free.

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