1. Log in to your PayPal account. 2. Click Profile at the top of the page. 3. In the Financial Information column, click the Payment List link. (Don`t see this step? Follow the instructions below.) 4. Find the dealer whose contract you want to cancel. 5. Click on the merchant`s name or email address. 6. Click Cancel. THANK YOU, PayPal own site made it so hard to find that! I tried to cancel a billing contract with Skype and Skype did not provide a link.
I googled and your page appeared at the top. I am a web designer and sometimes I get requests from my clients to pay me with a commission and buy them domains/hosting/other services. 1. Log in to your PayPal account. 2. Click Profile at the top of the page. 3. Click On My Money. 4. In the My Pre-Approved Payments section, click Update. 5.
Select the merchant`s name or email address. 6. Click Cancel. Since automatic debit is no longer required in the above scenarios, your billing contract with us will be automatically terminated. What happens to my booking if the billing contract is cancelled? Don`t worry – your booking won`t be affected and you can view your booking details by logging into Manage My Booking. If you have decided to decline the automatic final payment, remember to make the payment before our due date. Log in to Manage Booking to see when your payment is due and to submit your payment. Is it real? I`ve never made a billing agreement with Facebook. Let us know if you`ve ever lost money if you forgot to cancel the billing contract or subscription on time? The same thing happened to me! I don`t even have a Facebook account anymore, I deleted it a long time ago, and I never linked Facebook to PayPal, and when I verified my PayPal account, there was nothing on Facebook in the lists of active or inactive billing agreements. Something disturbing about it. Godaddy withdrew money from my account today – I don`t like it.
I have terminated the “Contract”. Thanks for the article, very useful!!! We expect GetHuman-sylviejo to solve the problem and share the solution with the rest of our customers. 1. Create PayPal and Facebook emails separate from your personal email. If you use the same email for everything, you can assume that sooner or later someone will take advantage of it with that personal email account. If you pay by PayPal (or credit card), you enter into a “Billing Agreement” that authorizes GoDaddy to charge your account PayPal at the time of renewal without your intervention. This billing agreement allows them to debit your account PayPal, even if it`s after your death, provided you still have a credit in your PayPal! 😉 I just received an email: “Facebook has terminated a billing contract with you.” . . . .