I understand that you'd like to deactivate or remove an existing bill reminder/s to ensure that you are receiving only the needed alerts.
To delete a reminder, follow the steps below:
1. Click the “gear” symbol next to “Upcoming Bill” and choose “Change your Reminders”.
2. On the “Your Bill Reminders” pop up page, click on the bill you'd like to delete.
3. Once it's open, click the blue link, "delete this reminder."
4. Click the “Close” button to save your changes.
Note: You may click the gear icon on the bottom left corner of the Your Bill Reminders window to specify how you want to receive your reminders. Select whether you want a reminder via email or text and determine how many days warning you want to receive.
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