If you’re looking for ways to save money, then a great place to start is by cancelling any unused or unwanted subscriptions.
To help you out, we’ve put together this guide for cancelling Scottish Power..
Easy way to Cancel Scottish Power
You can call Scottish Power during the cooling off period, which ends 14 days from the day after you signed up to join them (new customers), or 14 days from the day after you confirmed your selection of a new tariff. (existing customers)
- Call 0800 400 200
- Complete the cancellation form and return it to Scottish Power.
- Complete the paper version of the form in your Welcome pack and return the form to them.
In any other case, you can simply switch to a different provider.
Tada 🎉 All done! If you’re looking for more tips on how to save money or reduce household bills, then you can check out the Plum blog.
How Plum can help automatically manage subscriptions
Plum is a money management app that can help you budget, by giving you an overview of all your bank accounts and credit cards all in one place.
The app can also give you an adjusted balance, which takes into account any regular payments due before your next payday.
By identifying any regular payments that come out of your bank, it’s easy to spot where you have subscriptions that you might have forgotten about, or identify where your cash goes so you can better control your spending.
If you’re trying to save money, then we have earlier articles on: knowing how much to save each month, calculating your budget, how to save money in the UK, regularly saving from your salary, advice on how to save, how to save if you’re a student, saving up for your goals, saving more.
If you’d like to clear your bank overdraft, whether that be an arranged or unarranged overdraft then you can check out our earlier article. We even have specific advice for Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Clydesdale, Coop Bank, Danske Bank, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Bank of Ireland, Lloyds, Metro Bank, Monese, Monzo, Nationwide, Natwest, RBS, Santander, Starling, Tesco Bank, Think Money, TSB, Ulster Bank, Yorkshire Bank customers, details of what happens if you can’t pay your overdraft or how to pay your overdraft in instalments, and we explain the potential disadvantages of an overdraft.