1. Subscription Info
  2. Create an Account
  3. Validate

We can help you cancel your Pando subscription

Truebill is a free app that tracks subscriptions, monitors for changes, and cancels unwanted bills. The average Truebill user saves $512 per year.

We use bank level 256-bit SSL encryption security
Truebill maintains no partnership or agreement with Pando. Truebill is an independent third party service that acts as an authorized representative when cancelling subscriptions on your behalf.

Pando is the online tech blog and news outlet founded by Sarah Lacy following her departure from Techcrunch. Paul Carr was brought on shortly after launch, and the blog covers topics around tech, Silicon Valley, media, and of course, Uber.

How to Cancel Pando Manually

Unsubscribe by following these steps:

To cancel your Pando subscription, log into your account by clicking “Log In” in the upper right hand corner.

Click “Settings” and on the right side of the page, click “Cancel Membership”. Note, you will still be able to read full articles for the duration of your billing period.

Your Pando account can be reactivated at any time by clicking “Renew Membership” in your “settings” page as shown here:

Pando settings

To cancel online, go to https://pando.com/member/login/
Email members@pandodaily.com and ask them to cancel your account.

Pando may show up on your statement as:

Can you name all the subscriptions you’re paying for?
Unknown or unwanted subscriptions can cost an
average of $512 per year.