I was told back in May 2020, that if I left my plan early, I would have to pay an 'early leaving' fee and that I should come back at the end of October to cancel my plan for free. Well, here I am, albeit a few days late. The reason I want to cancel now, is that I have had both Prostate Cancer & really bad Sciatica and can no longer get out to photograph much, so have no need to continue my plan and wish to cancel. However, I'm now being told (by the site in general, not a person) that in order to leave now, I shall have to pay a massive 'fine' of £54.89! That doesn't sound like 'free' to me! How can I ever get off this roundabout of excessive charges and fines for just wanting to give up software that I no longer use?
>albeit a few days late
Did you not make a note of your subscription ending date to be sure you would cancel BEFORE the automatic renewal?
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I didn't know what it was, so rang someone at Adobe, who told me that I could cancel by "Ringing back in October". That is what they said, but I suppose I still rang too late? I was not given a specific date.
But DID you ring back in October? Or did you ring back in November? Contracts are precise.
Yes, you are a few days late, so your plan started again. You must cancel before the renewal date. This can't be helping your situation, I suggest you contact Adobe and explain the situation. Good luck! Warning: ADOBE WILL NOT CONTACT YOU, you must contact them. Anyone who contacts you saying they are from Adobe, is trying to scam you.
1. With a browser that accepts cookies and does not have script blockers, please log-in to your account portal below. https://account.adobe.com/plans
2. Scroll down to Contact Adobe on the same page.
3. Online chat is available in English 24/7.
4. In the chat box, type AGENT followed by enter key and wait for a human.
5. Alternately, phone customer service M-F during normal business hours.
I should not have to mention this. Your plan's expiration date is available 24/7 from your account portal. It's incumbent upon you to cancel in your 12th month by setting a reminder on your mobile phone or calendar so you don't forget. Otherwise it renews automatically.