How to cancel your Wallstreet Journal account

About Wallstreet Journal

Wallstreet Journal is a business-focused publication. To learn how to cancel your membership, follow these 6 easy cancellation instructions.

Some Account Information You Might Need

We’ve found that the following information might be needed when you use the below methods to cancel.
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
Email Address
Username
Password
Billing Address
City
State/Province/Region
ZIP/Postal Code
Country
Reason for Cancellation
Last 4 Digits of Card
Date of Last Charge
Amount of Last Charge

How to Cancel Wallstreet Journal by Phone (Live Agent)

Step 1. Contact the business at 800-568-7625
Step 2. Advise the representative that you want to cancel your account
Step 3. Provide the agent with your account info
Step 4. Ask the representative if you will be charged again
Step 5. Ask for a verbal confirmation code or email as proof of your cancellation
Step 6. Retain the confirmation information you’re given

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