An online styling service, Stitch Fix personalizes your wardrobe based on size, style and budget. You receive a box of clothes tailored when you sign up. You can keep the clothes if they fit or send them back if they don’t. If you no longer want to get your fixes, you can cancel your Stitch Fix account in four simple steps.
1. Navigate to Stitchfix.com
Open your web browser and go to Stitchfix.com then log into your account.
2. Click on Manage Fix Frequency
After you log in to your account, click on the option that reads Manage Fix Frequency.
3. Select to Stop receiving Fixes automatically
Now that you have clicked on Manage Fix Frequency you will see two options. One will read I want to change my fix frequency, and the other, I want to stop receiving automatic fixes. Click on the first to cancel your automatic orders.
4. Cancel your next fix (Optional)
If you do not want to receive your next fix as well as cancel your automatic orders. Click on Yes, please cancel my [month/day] Fix.
Congratulations, you have canceled your Stitch Fix subscription. Unless you followed step 4, which is optional, you will not receive anymore Stitch Fix orders. With this method Stitch Fix still has access to your information, so if you ever want to reactivate your account it is a simple process.
Check out the video below for a quick walk-through of the the steps we’ve just outlined.
Deleting Your Account Information
If you do not want Stitch Fix to have your information after canceling your automatic orders. We highly recommend this for people who are completely over Stitch Fix, and know that you do not want to order any more clothes from them. You can follow these 4 easy steps to fully deactivate your account.
- Navigate to Stitchfix.com
- Select Profile and Settings.
- Click on Account Information.
- Select Deactivate Your Account. Note: You will be asked to confirm this choice.
- Email Stitch Fix at [email protected] and request that they remove all your information from their records.
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