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Geez... the Adobe site makes it really difficult to do simple, simple things. Has anyone got any idea how you remove a card? Or do you sit on a phone line for ages and get someone to do it for you.... (presumably because they can't figure to provide a site like everyone else manages to that lets you do it yourself?) The whole thing is wierdly and needlessly difficult. Don't get me started on the bot.... Oy.
I notice related conversations pops up as soon as that message warning you not to post duplicates goes... sigh. Pity it isn't possible to actually search properly for duplicates BEFORE posting. It seems you can't. I have two cards listed, so leaving one is fine. This is really shabby of Adobe. No surprise.
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I've moved this from the poorly named Community Help forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Account forum.
I really hate how the adobe people mark their posts as the "Correct Answer" when they don't answer the actual issue or even seem to be able to comprehend the issue. So once again, I'll ask the question that we all want to know. In your creative cloud account, how do you remove a previous credit card from the drop down list of available cards? If you reply with incorrect info or a broken link "help" page or a forum post that does not address that question, I am going to call you an */****!
Clearly - Adobe is manipulating customers and does not allow credit card removal or terminating automatic renewal. I was on the fence about renewing and when I tried switching credit card information from one card to another and removing the old card information, it was not allowed. Adobe made the choice for me - I'm cancelling my subscription now, even with a month remaining. If they are unethical in this way, I don't want to risk this company being unethical with my information in other ways.