Subscription Fees and Ongoing Reporting

After you sign up for services, whether you select to record your past rental history or just moving forward, the first subscription fee (billed quarterly) for ongoing reporting will happen 30 days after registration. This will be an amount of $20.85 if you joined alone, or $26.85 if you have a second person on your membership. This amount is not a monthly charge. This fee covers the next 3 months of service.

Reminder, we have a $50 registration fee to enroll. This gets you signed up and covers any past history for the time you have been at this rental address. You can add on a roommate or spouse for an additional $40.

All Monthly Fees for ongoing reporting are billed quarterly

For an individual renter, our monthly subscription fee is a low rate of $6.95 per month! Each month, we will reach out to your landlord or property manager to confirm you are still being a great tenant and paying your rent on time!

If you have a spouse or roommate on your account, the monthly subscription fee is just $2 more to verify your ongoing rental payment history for a total of $8.95 per month.  

Being that our subscription is charged quarterly, please expect to be a charge of $20.85 once every 3 months (or four times a year) if you are a solo member of Rental Kharma. 

If you have added a Roommate/Spouse to your membership, the quarterly fee will be a charge of $26.85 four times a year.

Past Reporting

Past reporting is included with your registration costs. We can record as far back as the last 2 years of payments, depending on how long you've been at your current address.

How Can I Cancel my Services?

We do not have any cancellation fees or contracts. You can cancel your account at any time! Read about our cancellation and refund policy here.

If you have any further questions or difficulties, send us a message via our online chat feature. It's the little orange bubble right down there in the bottom right corner! You can also reach us with a phone call at 720-307-1466.

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