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    I am currently with T-mobile on a monthly phone contract and they are charging me 7.99 per month for insurance, Just noticed it on my bank statement.

    Can I go to the bank and ask them to cancel that payment?
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    It depends - did you authorize it?

    If not, ring your bank and say you didn't authorize it.

    Also, how did you purchase the phone/contract, and when?
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    You can usually cancel in the first three months I believe. This was the case with my girlfriend's iphone insurance with Tmobile.
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    just right to the insurance company its with and cancel it as for the payment thats already gone through i dont think you can have any charge backs issued on it im afriad but ring your bank and ask

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