Q:

How do you opt out of "mylife.com"?

A:

Profiles can be removed from MyLife by calling a customer care representative at (888) 704-1900 Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Users with free or paid accounts can cancel their accounts online by logging in.

All users who have profiles they wish to delete may do so by logging in, clicking on "My Account" and then clicking on "Delete Account."

Paid or premium MyLife subscribers can cancel their subscriptions by disabling automatic renewal, which must be done by calling the customer care number listed above. If the account is funded with Paypal, the user may need to contact Paypal separately to stop the billing process.

Sources:

  1. mylife.com

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