How can I terminate a trial?

How can I terminate a trial?

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How to terminate a trial
  • In ApprovalMax, click on "Billing & Subscriptions" under your initials in the top right-hand corner of the screen and open the "Account details" tab.

  • Click on the "three dots" menu and then on "Cancel my account".

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