How to cancel your account


HomeAdvisor is a site, where you can find local pros to help you fix anything, or even help with a project. You can also sign up to this site as a professional if you are a plumber, electrician, or work in construction.

On this site, homeowners can find a professional to hire for a task that they need to be done at their home. When they type in what they need to be done, they are given a list of professionals that are available to do the job. They can read the professional’s reviews from other customers, and make a decision on who to hire.

If you are a professional who is looking for work, you can sign up on this website. When a job comes up that meets your qualifications, you will be in the list of professionals that customers can choose from.

This site does do a criminal background check. They also check the professional’s credentials and make sure that they are licensed in the state that you live in to do the work requested.

To find a professional, all you do is type in what kind of project you are wanting to do. They offer services anywhere from fixing something that has broken or remodeling a section of your house. Once you type in what kind of project you need to be done, it is categorized to specific professionals that do specific work. You click on the different categories that apply to your job, and you can then select the professional that is qualified to do the work. is a place that brings consumers and professionals together. HomeAdvisor was founded in 1998. The parent company for HomeAdvisor is Angie’s List. They have 2,000 employees. HomeAdvisor is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and has locations in Evanston, Illinois, Fairfax, Virginia, Lenexa, Kansas, New York, New York, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Colorado Springs, Colorado. HomeAdvisor has won the Denver Top Work Place Award in 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013. HomeAdvisor has 1,200 employees and 25 million customers.

Some Account Information You Might Need
We’ve found that the following information might be needed when you use the below methods to cancel.
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
Email Address
Billing Address
ZIP/Postal Code
Reason for Cancellation
Last 4 Digits of Card
Date of Last Charge
Amount of Last Charge
How to Cancel by Phone (Live Agent)
Step 1. Contact the business at 877-947-3639
Step 2. Advise the representative that you want to cancel your account
Step 3. Provide the agent with your account info
Step 4. Ask for a verbal confirmation code or email as proof of your cancellation
Step 5. Retain the confirmation information you’re given could also be known as the following
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17 thoughts on “How to cancel your account”

  1. I never signed up with home advisor but I keep getting phone calls from people who are on the site how do I get off their call list?

  2. Home Advisor won’t delete my company information what should I do? I have contacted them to cancel the subscription and apparently, the subscription has been cancelled, but the company information still shows on google search, as unlicensed contractor and still receiving emails from Home Advisor to view our Monthly statement.

  3. I want to cancel my account with home advisor.called several times and get nobody.
    Got it cancelled over a week ago and they are still taking money out

  4. Question – not a business, but I have used HomeAdvisor for house painting and repairs. Each time I have gotten a contractor who was disrespectful and out to give no more than I was willing to fight for. They made the wrong assumptions about my personal knowledge and experience. If a contractor painted a light coat of paint instead of a through two coats as promised I had to know enough to challenge the painter. Another contractor was hired to redo all molding and trim on my house. The old molding was mitered and I expected the new work to be mitered. The contractor charged thousands and instead of mitering the edges of the trim he jigsawed the edges. I believe these companies keep a profile on potential customers and their searches and their ability to pay, including their personalities. At any rate, I have decided to end any relationship with all of these data collectors.


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