How to Cancel CloudFlare

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  • CloudFlare

About CloudFlare

The American business Cloudflare, Inc. offers content delivery network services, online cybersecurity, and DDoS protection. San Francisco, California, serves as its corporate home. The Hill claims that more than 20% of the Internet uses Cloudflare for its online security services. In July 2009, Matthew Prince, Lee Holloway, and Michelle Zatlyn created Cloudflare. Project Honey Pot, a product of Unspam Technologies that served as some of the inspiration for the core of Cloudflare, was a prior joint venture between Holloway and Prince. The business received venture capital funding starting in 2009. The S-1 application for Cloudflare’s initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange, with the stock ticker NET, was made on August 15, 2019. On September 13, 2019, it started selling publicly for $15 per share. Michelle Zatlyn, co-founder and COO of Cloudflare, was appointed president in 2020, making her one of the few American women to hold that position at a publicly traded technology business. The web services and security firms StopTheHacker (Feb 2014), CryptoSeal (June 2014), Eager Platform Co. (December 2016), Neumob (November 2017), S2 Systems (January 2020), Linc (December 2020), Zaraz (December 2021), Vectrix (February 2022), and Area 1 Security have all been purchased by Cloudflare. (February 2022). In addition to double pendulums in its London offices and a Geiger counter in its Singapore offices, Cloudflare has used a wall of lava lamps in its San Francisco HQ as a source of randomness for encryption keys since at least 2017. The lava lamp installation uses the Lavarand technique, in which a camera turns the blobs of “lava’s” erratic shapes into a digital image. For web data, Cloudflare serves as a reverse proxy. It supports HTTP/2 Server Push, SPDY, HTTP/2, QUIC, and other online protocols. Customers are shielded from distributed denial of service (DDoS) assaults by Cloudflare’s DDoS mitigation services. The Cloudflare Content Distribution Network (CDN) service was introduced in 2010. Being “a CDN for the masses” was TechCrunch’s stated aim. A serverless computing platform called Cloudflare Workers was introduced in 2017 by Cloudflare. It allows users to build new apps and enhance existing ones without having to configure or manage infrastructure. It has grown to include additional tooling for developers to distribute and scale their code across the world, as well as Workers KV, a low-latency key-value data store, Cron Triggers, for scheduling Cron jobs, and others. A freemium VPN service named WARP was made available for mobile devices by Cloudflare on September 25, 2019. Beta support for Windows and macOS was made available a year later. Over 100,000 clients were using Cloudflare’s DNS services as of 2020. Cloudflare stated in April 2020 that it would stop using reCAPTCHA in favor of Captcha. A zero-trust authentication tool called “Access” and a DNS resolver and web gateway called “Gateway” make up Cloudflare for Teams, which was introduced by the company in November 2020. Cloudflare unveiled D1, a SQL database based on SQLite, on May 11th, 2022. Zero Trust SIM is an eSIM that Cloudflare unveiled on September 26, 2022. It is intended to protect mobile devices and thwart SIM-swapping attacks. The zero-trust security paradigm is the foundation of the technology. According to Cloudflare, 2FA verification protocols can also use the secure eSIM as a second identification element. The product will initially be offered in the United States, with a worldwide rollout later on. Cloudflare started testing Turnstile, a CAPTCHA substitute, in September 2022. The product performs JavaScript-based checks inside the browser to determine whether the user is a real person or an automated entity, automating the verification process instead of displaying a visual CAPTCHA for the user to solve. According to reports, the program employs machine learning to enhance the procedure. In June 2011, the DDoS mitigation services provided by Cloudflare for the website of the black hat hacking group LulzSec attracted media notice. The Spamhaus Project was the subject of a DDoS attack in March 2013 that exceeded 300 gigabits per second (Gbit/s), according to Cloudflare. At the time, it was “the largest publicly announced DDoS attack in the history of the Internet,” according to Patrick Gilmore of Akamai. While attempting to defend Spamhaus against the DDoS attacks, Cloudflare ended up being attacked as well; Google and other companies ultimately came to Spamhaus’ defense and enabled it to absorb the unprecedented amount of attack traffic. In February 2014, Cloudflare asserted that it had stopped a 400 Gbit/s NTP reflection attack against an unidentified European client. It recorded a 500 Gbit/s DDoS attack in Hong Kong in November 2014. It stopped a DDoS assault that peaked at 250 Gbit/s in June 2020. The business claimed in July 2021 to have survived a DDoS assault that was over 1.2 Tbit/s in total, three times more powerful than any they had ever seen before, according to their corporate blog. The largest HTTP DDoS assault ever, according to Cloudflare, was blocked in February 2023 at a rate of 71 million requests per second. Under the name “Project Galileo,” Cloudflare started offering free DDoS mitigation to artists, advocates, journalists, and human rights organizations in 2014. Project Galileo had more than a thousand users and groups involved as of 2020. Under the moniker “Athenian Project,” they expanded the service to include electoral infrastructure and political campaigns in 2017. A Jamstack beta platform called “Pages” was made available by Cloudflare in December 2020 for front-end coders to use when deploying websites on Cloudflare’s network. Under the name “Project Fair Shot,” the business started offering its “Waiting Room” digital queue product for free for the COVID-19 vaccination schedule in January 2021. Later, in 2022, Project Fair Shot took home the Event Management Webby People’s Choice Award in the Apps & Software area. .


Get together the following account information:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Username
  • Password
  • Billing Address
  • City
  • State/Province/Region
  • ZIP/Postal Code
  • Country
  • Reason for Cancellation
  • Last 4 Digits of Card
  • Date of Last Charge
  • Amount of Last Charge

Phone (Live Agent)

Follow these steps:

  1. Pick up your phone and call 888-993-5273
  2. Tell the rep you need to cancel
  3. So they can find your account, give the rep your information when asked for it
  4. Request that the agent emails you confirmation or gives you a verbal confirmation code
  5. Keep the proof given to you for your records


Address 1101 Townsend Street
CitySan Francisco
Zip/Postal Code94107
CountryUnited States
Contact Information
Phone 1888-993-5273
Phone 2650-319-8930
Email 1support@cloudflare
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Known CloudFlare charges

  • CLOUDFLARE 084870051650-3198939 CA
  • CLOUDFLARE (650)319-8939 CA
  • CLOUDFLARE 650-3198939 CA
  • Misc. Debit CLOUDFLARE
  • Visa Check Card CLOUDFLARE MC