I want to try it for a month, but I don't want it to auto renew, and I know that for ps+ (on the ps3) I could turn auto renew off. I can't find how to turn it off on the ps4. So I was wondering if I could try it and in the app itself is the way to turn off auto renew, or I have to cancel the card after I put it down to start the trial
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On ps4 go to settings> psn>account information> services list and you can cancel any auto renew subscription you have from there.
This is exactly how you do it.
You can also log-in to your account at http://www.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com and dig in there.
No need to remove your credit/debit card info. You won't be able to purchase anything on the Playstation store, or you won't be able to auto renew anything if there is something you actually want to auto renew (ps+, or a sub to dc universe etc.)
Logic dictates than when that situation occurs, you will re-enter your payment information or buy subscription cards.
Sure, but why go through the hassle if he only wants to cancel one thing on his account? What's the point of going through all the steps to delete cc info, just to have to re enter it later, when he could just as easily cancel the only thing he is saying he wants cancelled?
because not everyone is as trusting as you.
I don't keep my billing information on my account unless I want to buy something from the PS Store.
I'd rather spend the 2minutes it takes to enter my credit/debit card info when I want to buy something, instead of saving it.
What happens if someone finds out my email address and password and my payment info is still on the account? Did you know that they can lock me out of my own account by changing the password, and then buy whatever they want in the store with MY money until they max out my daily limit, at which time I am out a lot of money, and I am left to try and pick up the pieces?
Its called being cautionary with your private information.
The "inconvenience" of manually entering your info every time is safer than having it stored on an account. An account that can easily be compromised.
I tried it once with Pay Pal, and am still waiting for my $800 refund 2 years later, and I am still calling them once a month.