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I signed up for a photography package, Adobe charged me twice, once as Adobe.com Dublin IRL on the 17th August and a second time as Adobe Photography trial ADOBE.LY/BILLIRL. I go to contact a person but get a line of silly helps. How do you actually get a person!!!!!!!!! My Adobe account page should have a means for customers to get to an actual person if they overcharge me. All Adobe asks is 'did we not take your payment' then give some benign garbage. Why put an icon that says contact a person when there is no possibility of doing so.
Thanks, there is no obvious way to get this sort of issue in front of an actual person. Hopefully I will get there, I hate dealing with companies like Adobe, all fine if its all fine, absolutely no interest in you if its not all fine.
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None of this works, there is no means to contact them from my account in any way. Ive tried to disable pop ups but nothing happens. I appreciate is public forum hence no personal data however it seems to be the only place Adobe lets me do anything personal! I have noted Adobe people sometimes comment on posts so was waiting for that.
If you don't see the chat popup then try using a different browser, computer or internet connection these things help resolve such an issue. You could also try contacting support using the phone option
I see you have an active subscription under the same ID as with forums. There wasn'tany double charge under this ID. You were only charged once till now.
Please get in touch with your bank if you see a double charge on your account.
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If needed, you may CONTACT ADOBE SUPPORT below:
Online Chat: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?rghtup=autoOpen
Phone M-F, during normal business hours: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact/phone.html
Surprisingly when I log in with my corporate account I get a chat box. I realised I was charged on both accounts hence the double charge. I sorted it out myself. On my personal account a chat box never emerged despite using the same browser. Ho hum, sorted now. Kind of.
That looks like one of the big IT mysteries. I can log in using both, my professional and my personal Adobe ID and as I'm an admin on my professional Teams account, I can contact support via both systems. But you have to know, that the support people you get on the chat are different ones, as problems in a managed IT environment are very different from problems in a small network environment.
Yes, I cancelled the corporate photo package, thinking I should keep this personal package on a separate account. Unfortunately to use photo package I had to be logged in on personal and then realised I couldnt open a PDF because acrobat DC is on the corporate account that wasnt logged in to creative cloud! Ive ended up cancelling the personal account and putting the photo pack on the corporate account, I'm a senior exec so can get away with that. I'm waiting for the DC annual renewal to come up because I suspect it will be charged to my personal credit card rather than being paid by the business.
I suppose these are the sorts of issues that come for us the customer when dealing with a subscription model rather than the old buy a copy and use it approach. Still Im sure the profits are massive from this model so why care about the customer.
My private stuff is on my private computer.
Acrobat Reader is free and can be installed to handle PDF files.
Y I work on my iMac so have an overlap issue. Because I have DC installed it defaults to that and asks to log in. All sorted now its all on the corporate account