I love using NordVPN for all of my online needs because of their unique service. Not only do they encrypt all of my traffic which makes me feel safer while browsing, but they also give me a kill switch which ensures my connection is always active and protected. Additionally, their auto-renewal feature is pretty fantastic. Once I’ve paid for the subscription, I don’t have to worry about remembering to renew it every month; NordVPN takes care of that for me. After reading this article, you’ll know exactly how to turn off auto-renewal for the NordVPN service so you can continue enjoying its many benefits.
How Do I Turn Off Auto-Renewal for the NordVPN Service?
To turn off auto-renewal for the NordVPN service, click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of your screen (next to your name). This will bring up a menu with several options including your account settings. Click on the account settings option.
You’ll see a table with all of your account information on the left and an option to change on the right. Near the top of the page you’ll see a drop-down box with the option to select either auto-renewal on or off. To turn off auto-renewal, select the option marked off (the one next to it saying “On”).
You can also go back to the gear menu and choose Delete Account to delete your NordVPN account entirely. We recommend making a copy of your payment information in case you decide you want to reactivate your account at a later date. This will ensure you can easily get back up and running should you decide to do so.
Why Should I Avoid Going Over 31 Days Without A Payment?
NordVPN offers a generous 30-day money-back guarantee if you pay for your subscription upfront. After your trial period ends, your account will be charged immediately. If you choose to ignore the prompt and go over 31 days without paying, you’ll be locked out of your account and unable to access any of its features. To avoid this, make sure you pay every month for your subscription or at least by the 31st day of the month. This will help ensure you can continue enjoying all the benefits of theservice. NordVPN offers a variety of payment plans so you can find one that works best for you.
If you decide you want to continue using the service after your trial period, you can go back to the main menu and click on the gear icon (upper right corner). This will bring up your account settings screen where you can change your plan. Below this, you’ll see a drop-down box with the option to select either auto-renewal on or off. To return to the main menu and continue using NordVPN, click on the gear icon again.
Should you decide you want to cancel your subscription after it has expired, you can go back to the main menu and click on the gear icon. This will bring up your account settings screen where you can find the option to cancel. If you do so before the end of the month, you won’t be charged and can continue enjoying the service as per your previously established payment plan.
You can use this same method to establish the proper time for your account to be automatically renewed (if you decide this is a beneficial feature). To do so, click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of your screen. This will bring up the account settings menu where you can select either “Every month” or “Every other month” as your preferred schedule for account renewal. We recommend sticking with what you’re used to so you don’t have to worry about forgetting to renew your account on time or at all.
How Do I Know If My Account Has Been Compromised?
As soon as you log in to your NordVPN account, you’ll see a big red button in the upper right corner of your screen. This is their “Security Head” and indicates you’ve been the target of a security breach. If you click on this button, you’ll see a popup box where they can explain what happened. If you decide this is a false alarm and want to continue using the service, you can click on the X in the upper right corner of your screen to close out of this screen. At this point your account should not be affected by any future security breaches.
If you ever notice any suspicious activity – such as someone stealing your identity or trying to access your account without your permission – you can contact customer service immediately. They’ll be able to help you out and take care of whatever issue you might be facing.
What Is the Differentiator Between a VPN and an Proxy?
A VPN allows you to securely access resources on the internet that might be inaccessible due to geographic restrictions. Using a VPN allows you to get around these restrictions (such as regional content restrictions) and use services like Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify that are unavailable outside of your country. You can also access your local library from anywhere in the world and look up any information you might need about a book or movie.
An HTTP Proxy is a tool used to filter content, mostly website traffic, that you don’t want to see or touch. In most cases, Proxies are used to improve a user’s experience by removing ads and other “distractions” and by making the site or app they’re using work more efficiently. Proxies can also be used to block malicious or criminal activity.
To distinguish between the two, think about what you’re trying to accomplish. With a VPN, your goal is to secure your connection while on the internet and be able to access services unavailable in your area. With a Proxy, your goal is to simply “tunnel” all of your online activity through another server so you can access the content you want without having to worry about your security or privacy being violated.
Once you have your NordVPN account set up, you can use their helpful instructions to quickly get started.