Launched in 2008, Naked Wines quickly became a popular online wine retailer thanks to its business model of supporting independent winemakers around the world. Naked Wines offers a subscription service in Australia called ‘Angels’, where you can receive a range of perks and discounts for a monthly deposit. Even though most people are happy with the service, many choose to cancel as well. If that’s you, keep on reading to find out how to cancel Naked Wines.
Steps to cancel Naked Wines in Australia
Step 1 – Choose your preferred method of cancellation
There are three ways to cancel being a Naked Wines ‘Angel’. You can either cancel through their website, send them an email to [email protected] (make sure to include all your account details), or give them a call on 1300 898 677.
Step 2 – Confirm you’ve cancelled by checking your member status
After you’ve received confirmation that your account has been cancelled, double-check by logging in and checking the status of your ‘Angel’ membership..
Step 3 – Check your bank statements for any unwanted charges
It’s always smart to check your bank statements for any unwanted charges after you’ve cancelled a recent subscription. Some companies seem to ‘accidentally’ charged members even after they’ve cancelled.
Other ways to cancel
Naked Wines give has given its members a wide range of different paths to take if they want to cancel. As such, there really isn’t any other way. Through their website, by email, or by phone should have most cancellation requests covered.
This is unlike Fitness First in Australia which only gives you two options to cancel – either by calling them or visiting one of their gyms. This frustrates some people even more as it’s not as easy as logging in and cancelling on a website.
Having some problems or not getting a response from anyone at Naked Wines? Try sending them a message on social media (links are below).
Common reasons to cancel Naked Wines
Naked Wines is one of the most popular wine subscriptions in the world. They’ve built their reputation on supporting the smaller guys, aiming to cut out all the added extras, and giving the most amount of money back to the winemakers themselves on every purchase. And even though they continue their expansion with some great initiatives, many people have chosen to cancel anyway.
One of the most popular reasons to cancel is that they can’t justify the monthly deposit anymore. Even though there technically is no subscription fee, as you can spend the monthly deposit of wines in their shop, the $40 can sometimes just be too much. And when you’re no longer using Naked Wines’ subscription to its full effect, there’s no point in still being a member.
Another reason to cancel is the wines on offer don’t meet their expectations or tastes. You generally won’t find the wines that Naked Wines’ stocks in your typical bottle shops, which is why many people can be a little thrown off when they’re forced to try new wines every month. We’re creatures of habit and changing your wine tastes from one month to the next isn’t something many of us can do.
This is similar to why many people cancel Binge. The current content they’re streaming simply isn’t what they were expecting so they decide to cancel.
Although Naked Wines has a great business model supporting independent winemakers, sometimes the wines they make just don’t match your tastes. And if that sounds like you, hopefully, the steps above will allow you to cancel as quickly as possible.
If you’d like you to talk to someone before cancelling, send them a message on social media: