Sneaky apps seemingly free to download are tricking thousands of dollars out of unsuspecting consumers.  It happens with at least 14 apps identified that either mislead people into signing up for subscriptions that sometimes cost upwards of $3,400.  In fact, one app subscription I found in the Apple App Store called Crazy Ringtone charges as much as $49 per week and in many cases, people who clicked to download thinking it is free.  Simply deleting an app won’t stop your credit card from getting charged.  Following these easy guidelines can cancel app subscriptions that are charging astronomical fees or the ones that you never intended to subscribe.

HOW TO CANCEL AN APP SUBSCRIPTION

IOS
1/ SETTINGS > ITUNES & APP STORE > TAP YOUR APPLE ID AT TOP > VIEW APPLE ID > SUBSCRIPTIONS > TAP A SUBSCRIPTION TO MANAGE OPTIONS OR CANCEL

MAC OR PC
OPEN ITUNES > SIGN IN WITH APPLE ID > CHOOSE “ACCOUNT” FROM MENU AT TOP OF ITUNES WINDOW > VIEW MY ACCOUNT
FROM ACCOUNT INFO PAGE SCROLL TO ‘SETTINGS’ SECTION > CLICK “MANAGE” TO THE RIGHT OF ‘SUBSCRIPTIONS’

ANDROID
OPEN GOOGLE PLAY STORE > TAP MENU > SUBSCRIPTIONS > TAP SUBSCRIPTION THEN CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION

COMPUTER
OPEN BROWSER > GO TO play.google.com > click MY SUBSCRIPTIONS FROM LEFT MENU > MANAGE > CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION