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Lloyds Bank wants to help you cancel unwanted subscriptions

Such is the volume of subscription services these days, it’s easy to lose track of which are active, which free trials have rolled over into paid memberships and which you’ve forgotten to cancel. 

If only there was a way to easily keep tabs and then cancel all the unwanted subs in one place? Enter Lloyds Bank’s new in-app service that’ll enable customers to cancel those plans within three clicks.

The new feature will present users with a snapshot of their active direct debit subscriptions including a cancel button for whatever food box or streaming service they’re paying out for.

From here, Lloyds will block further payments from the account in question and it appears there’ll be no further action required in terms of contacting the service provider.✕

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