I’m a huge fan of Paypal because it enables me to purchase items and subscriptions online without giving my credit card number to various entities I don’t really know or trust. The problem with Paypal arises when one of those entities is a subscription or automatic renewal service and renews when you didn’t intend it to.
As an example, my old web host charged my Paypal account a week early in November, around the time of the beginning of my most recent move. I had a note on my calendar to cancel the account because I knew I would be changing web hosts. But I hadn’t actually canceled the account at that point because I had not had a chance to import the e-mails in my domain’s e-mail account into my Gmail account.
At any rate, sometimes you just need–or maybe just want–to revoke (remove, delete, cancel, etc.) your Paypal authorizations (also called permissions, payments, etc.). Here is a step-by-step tutorial to assist you in doing so.
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Since my daughter was born in 2013, I’ve subscribed to e-mail newsletters with children’s clothiers ranging from Carter’s to Gymboree to The Children’s Place–even Old Navy. And I’ve told myself that all of these e-mails I receive daily–sometimes as many as five and six daily from The Children’s Place alone–are helpful. After all, I save tons of money on my daughter’s clothes, right?
Well, yes and no.
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In the closing days of 2018, I’m posting 18 printables to help you get your life on track in 2018. So far, I’ve published a no spend calendar, a net worth spreadsheet, a bill pay checklist, and a debt snowball progress chart. Today, I’m giving you a debt snowball worksheet to help you do some calculations should getting out of debt be your goal in the new year and beyond.
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For the last 18 days of 2017, I’m posting 18 free printables to help you organize your home, life, and finances in the new year. So far, I’ve posted a no spend calendar, a net worth spreadsheet, and a monthly bill pay checklist. Today, I’m posting a brand new (seriously, I just finished it five minutes ago!) debt snowball progress chart.
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