On the 4th March 2019 I payed £54.91 to cancel my CC subscription, was not happy, but contacts are contracts apparently. I noticed two days ago that you have taken a further two payments from me on the 18th March and 18th April!
Not only am I paid up (without the service or software) until next February but you've also stolen two further payments from me!
I opened a live chat conversation (reference number can be supplied) two days ago and the guy said "they'd look into it". I've heard nothing since.
Who can I actually talk to for a refund?
You need to Contact Customer Care for this, what you have done.
There are now 3 possibilities:
a) you still have a different adobe id with an active subscription.
b) you still have a different plan independent from the one you cancelled.
c) Adobe made an error.
Let's assume c). I will ask Adobe staff to look into your case. In the meantime, however, you could look into your account (https://account.adobe.com/plans) to see if there isn't still an independent plan and look your credit card statement to see if there is a difference in the date or the amount to what was before.
Thank you for your response.
a) I have two adobe IDs both are inactive with no current plans. The first one was for a free trial over 10 years ago.
b) That was the only active plan at the time
c) The amount taken is the same as before I cancelled my subscription therefore I assume Adobe have not stopped taking the money, even after paying a cancellation fee.
The refund of 9.98 GBP has been initiated. You have another account which has an active Acrobat Pro subscription.
Thank you for sorting this out for me.
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I have the same problem. I thik this is a scam to be honest. why is mt account still beug charged after cancelation?
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Help Center https://helpx.adobe.com/support.html is a good place to start
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