Hello guys, due to my personal situation for a while I will not be able to continue spending time developing the website.

I hope that the situation will normalize before the end of the year, however since the economy is very delicate in my home, I would like to suspend the payment of premium membership temporarily and resume it when I return to activity.

In addition to continuing to develop the current website, I have a couple more websites pending materialization, so this would not be in any case an end, but a parenthesis.

Since I will not be able to use WA services, I hope to be able to use the money in my family finances. Without a doubt in other less critical circumstances I would continue to pay even if I cannot temporarily use the services, however today I am forced to make this decision after having thought it through carefully.

What I want to know is how to cancel the premium subscription, without canceling the membership, so this would not be in any case an end, but a parenthesis.

Thank you all

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jghwebbrand Premium
Can you be sure to copy your content from your websites. Backup them up so you don't have to recreate all of the content.
Backup plugins like Updraft plus, backupwordpress, there are a lot of them in WordPress plugin library..

If you really like your domain names you may want to check on how you can keep the names. Ownership should be for one year.
You could check with Kyle on that https://wealthyaffiliate.com/contact
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dkohara Premium
Hi Antonio,

Sorry that money is tight. Is there absolutely no way you can afford to stay? It’s a little over €1 per day I think. Is there no way you could do that? It may mean sacrificing something else, but it depends how much you want to be here. If you really do want to be here, find a way. That’s all I can really say.

Good luck 👍

Dave in Durham
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AntonioFdez Premium
Sure!! I want to be here. Once I have seen the feedback I am reconsidering everything. I have just barely been able to dedicate time to the website for over a month and events seem to last for some time longer. I felt helpless having things going but not being able to dedicate time to them.

I am sacrificing things from the beginning to be able to develop this work and I will probably continue to do so, thanks for everything.
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dkohara Premium
That’s great news. I’m following you now too, so if you need any help or advice i’m here for you, ok?

I have a yearly renewal coming up in 3 days. I’ll pay it because it will keep me here for another year and smooths out all the monthly things.

Dave in Durham
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EdwinBernard Premium
Hi Antonio,

Sorry to hear about your predicament. Diane gave you the straight answer that you may not have wanted to hear. I'd like to make an additional suggestion.

Once you cancel your Premium membership, see if you can save up for an annual membership. True, it costs more in the beginning. But once you are in, you don't have to worry about paying the monthly subscription.

Kyle will be offering an annual discount at the end of November. If you cancel, see if you can save enough to make the switch. And if you cannot do that now, wait until you have saved those funds and sign up again as a new paid member.

Once you become a paid member, you cannot revert back to being a free member.

I wish you all the best.

Edwin
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AntonioFdez Premium
I'll take all the info into consideration. Thank you!
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - you would need to cancel your subscription, by clicking on your profile photo, going to Account Settings and Subscription. Click Cancel Billing.

You cannot go back to being a free starter, so you would be locked out of the platform until you started to pay again.

Your websites will no longer be live on the internet and you won't be able to work on them.

And if you are gone more than 60 days they will be deleted.

You would need to transfer your websites to another hosting provider to keep them live and prevent them from being deleted.
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AntonioFdez Premium
Thanks Diane.
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