Downgrade a Waste Site Profile

Tom Passmore

Thursday, 02 May 2019


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Having an all singing, all dancing waste site profile on Dsposal is the best way to experience all the greatest features that we have to offer. But if it doesn't work for you then you should be able to downgrade and stop paying.

In this article you’ll find out how to downgrade your profiles from full to limited.

Before You Start?

Before you downgrade, here are a few things you should know.

  • The person that upgraded the site is the only person that can downgrade the account.
  • Limited sites are limited to 1 insurance document and 1 certificate type; the others will be archived.
  • Limited sites are limited to 2 users.  Additional users can be paid for or they be removed for the profile.

Start Downgrading

From your Dashboard choose Subscription & Payment.

Click the red Downgrade button.  This open up the Downgrading Subscription flow.

Choose Sites

First choose the sites to downgrade.

Press Confirm.

If you are attempting to downgrade all the sites we will ask you if you want to keep one as a free limited profile. You can choose one to keep and remove them all.

If you are keeping one you will be asked which insurance document and which certificate you want on your free limited profile.

If you have more than two users on Dsposal you will be asked whether you want to keep them all and pay for the additional users.  Or if you want to remove the additional users. Either confirm the payment or choose the member(s) you need which to remove.

Once these steps are completed the sites and users will be marked for deletion and the subscription will end at the end at the end of the payment cycle.

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