Hi. I just want to ask what if I wasn't able to pay for the Adobe CC subscription plan next month by let's say, my credit card runs out of money? What would happen?
Will I still be able to cancel it? (it charges $400 just to cancel to I'm planning to withdraw all my funds and ditch the card since I'm also having problems with my bank, I lose a huge sum of moneywithout withdrawing)
I do not work for Adobe, so this is only MY understanding
Your contract agreement remains https://www.adobe.com/legal/subscription-terms.html
Based on other discussions, Adobe will ask your bank to charge any new credit card
You will never be able to buy a new subscription while the old one is not paid
If you sign up for a contract, it doesn't go away because you can't pay or find a way to stop paying. Instead, the debt will continue to increase, and may be handed over to debt collection agencies, who will chase you for the debt and charge large extra fees. You can't break your promises so easily. You promised to pay for a year. Adobe do allow you to cancel early and generously charge only half what you promised (that is, the cancellation fee is half what remains to pay in the year; you must owe $800). I suggest rather than going into this area, which may be expensive, you at least contact Adobe and explain the situation. TAKE CARE THOUGH (1) don't respond to private message from "Adobe", these are scammers (2) if you are offered a couple of months free, then at the end of the time you are committed to pay for a full year again. $800 suggests the program only just started, Adobe may have flexibility, if you are nice. Yes, it's in the hands of the agent.