Last month on the 7th, I subscribed to a 7-day free trial of Acrobat Pro for a one-time personal use. I read the email sent to me stating that I would be entitled to a full-refund and no fees if I cancelled by the 28th of November. However, no invoice appeared on my account for the trial after 7 days, so I assumed the free trial automatically expired without any fees. What I failed to realise was that Adobe created a separate account with a different name and private relay Apple ID email, where all the invoices were being sent. I didn't know this happened because I have used free trials from Adobe before, and they would all appear on my invoices as shown below without creating a separate account:
Because of this, I have been unknowingly paying for this service for 2 months, and incurred an additional cancellation fee after finding out this fact. Would I be able to receive a full refund for this oversight?
Order Number: xxxxxxx
If so, only Adobe would be able to do it. You need to contact them directly, using one of these channels:
Chat support: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?rghtup=autoOpen
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There's no email support.
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