I called Adobe yesterday and talked to someone about how an upgrade to creative cloud was made without my permission from photoshop to adobe creative suite or cloud or whatever. I went from 20$ to 50$. I found out about the charges from my bank. Well after calling I found out that they had been charging me for 4 months.
They said they would refund the money, cancel my account and all was taken care of. The next day I see that the account wasn’t cancelled and that only 49$ was being refunded.
So today I call and get a guy name Teja who tells me that I’ll get the full refund then asks if I’d like the same deal for 29$ which is a good deal. I tell him that I’d be interested as lomg as I get my money back. All of it. Teja then states that I can only have one or the other. So I take the refund.
I check my my email after and see that Teja had signed me up anyways and I got suspicious. I call and escalate the situation to Tushar. Tushar said he was a manager and that the reason the full refund wasn’t showing up on the screen was because it was a manager decision (sounded sketchy af) and that if I wanted I coul get the cheap rate and all my money back. He also said he was listening to the conversation and called me a liar when I told him I told Tera to cancel. This was so suspicious that I asked him to email verification of the refund and he insisted that was not possible and that I’d have to wait 3-4 business days for the money to show up. I was taking care of my father who has Alzheimer’s and asked him if he could speed it up. I was assisting him to shower at a YMCA. He got angry that I would not take his deal and said that he wasn’t giving me a refund and hung up.
How is this acceptable? Who upgraded my subscription without permission. How and when do I get back over 200$ stolen from someone in India?
Disgusting adobe, straight up theft.
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There should be an email for this. I’ll do that tomorrow, thank you
We're sorry for the inconvenience.
I checked all the case details and would like to inform you that a refund has already been processed which will be there in your account within 5-7 business days.
Kanika this has also happened to me as well.
6 months ago I was paying for Photoshop, and Premiere totaling to $30 a month.
I then upgraded to the All-Apps plan, which automatically cancelled my Photoshop subscription, but not my adobe premiere.
I called support, and they cancelled the adobe premiere, but they also, without my permission, or even telling me had upgraded me to All-Apps + Adobe Stock.
I was charged for 5 months without my knowledge, and when I contacted to support to deal with this, instead of refunding my money and switching me to the plan I wanted, they gave me All Apps + Adobe stock free for a certain amount of months, which would equal the same as me paying for the All-Apps for the rest of the year, but that leaves me out $150.
I have never used Adobe Stock and never will.
Miker is correct, this is theft and horribly outrageous for a big company like adobe.
Stuff like this is probably happens because support staff get a bonus when they upgrade, and possibly dinged when they make a cancellation.
What can I do about this, because contacting support by chat or phone does not seem to do anything, at least when I am unable to reach people that aren't third parties hired by adobe.
If you can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you I will look forward to that. I haven’t experienced anything like
this with this with Adobe. I know you guys are way better than that. From
the gate. I eventually will be taking advantage of an email you guys sent
for the discount. That is a fair rate.
*Excuse my grammar I didn’t proof.
Thank you if Adobe really did put the money back Kanika.
Adobe did this to me too! I never gave permission or even requested an upgrade! I only noticed the debit this month and when I went to look, it's been coming off my account since September!!!! It's disgusting. It's straight-up theft. If I try to cancel it wants to charge me $245 for something I never signed up for!!!!
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