I wanted to test Adobe Pro Reader for several days in order to decide if I use it.
I found out within a day, that I wont use it and that I won´t to have it, therefore I cancelled the program so you wont charge me for it. It was right during the second day of my trial!
However, I found out that you charge me according your annual plan, a monthly a fee anyway, on the product, which I didnt order and which I, once more, cancelled within the trial period you propose to your customers!!! I was aware of it, so I went thru your system and cancelled the trial program.
Please, how do you want to solve it? You propose me to pay more than 60 dollar to be able to cancel the annual plan before the termination of the annual plan, which I find really ridiculous from you.
It is very unbelivable how you behave to your customers!
Please. let me know, how you can handle the situation. According to the other community posts, which were locked for new posts, from your side, I am not the first one, whic experience such a fraudulent charges from you.
I still believe that its is your system, and that it is not done purposly from Adobe, or?
I really think you have good products but I also know, that you should change this otherwise you loose your credit and you loose your reputation! I hope that your action wont be that you just block the post and will not react.
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