I wanted to try Adobe, particularly so I could modify pdf-files. The biggest problem was that my old beloved computer didn't run the programme well at all, and instead lagged. So I decided to cancel the subscription during the free trial before Adobe charged me.
I made a notification in my calendar (phone is Samsung Galaxy s10E), for 27.6 at 6pm. Adobe was to start charging money 28.6. I modified the notification so that the phone would signal an alarm. And when 27.6 6pm came, nothing happened. I have tried the notification thing twice after and it doesn't work on this phone. It simply doesn't notify _at all_. Nothing shows up on the screen.
So I forgot to cancel it, and was charged. And now I'm stuck with a 1 YEAR PLAN! 😔 Adobe is gonna charge me again 28.7.
Can Samsung be in contact with Adobe about this? What can be done? I will attach screen shots of the notification I had on 27.6.
My memory is so bad, so I always have post it-notes. This time I wanted to make sure I didn't forget, so I made the notification on my phone. Please help 😔
I believe there is a 14-day grace period, so you should still be able to cancel without charge. At any rate, you will have to contact customer support for this.
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I think you will find your contract with Samsung does not cover consequential damages from alarms and alerts that do not go off. I love the idea that Samsung and Adobe will spend their time working this out so you don't need to honour your commitments. Contact Adobe, maybe they will waive it; if you are nice to customer service sometimes they choose to do this.