Letter to Cancel a Membership or Subscription


Overview
The Letter to Cancel a Membership or Subscription is used to notify either a club or organization that you are canceling your membership or subscription.
Some organizations require a written notice to make a cancellation effective.  Even if not required, it is always a good idea to send a written notice if you are canceling a magazine subscription or a membership.  
With your copy of the letter, you have some evidence of your efforts to cancel, thereby cutting off liability for fees or dues.
Make sure your notice is sent to the right place.  With magazines, check inside for the address of the circulation department, or other address for cancellations.  With clubs and other membership organizations, check your written agreement or bylaws, or call the club for the address.

When You Need It
To formally cancel a membership or subscription with a club or organization.

Getting Started

You will need:
The name and address of the club or organization in which you are canceling your membership or subscription.
The details of the membership or subscription being cancelled, the effective date for the cancellation, and the reason for the cancellation, if required.

When to Review and Revise 
To use for cancellation of another membership of subscription.