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Stock FAQ: Where can I find details about Dollar Photo Club (Fotolia) closure?

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Mar 17, 2016 Mar 17, 2016

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FAQ: Where can I find details about Dollar Photo Club (Fotolia) closure?

In January 2015, Dollar Photo Club and its parent company Fotolia were acquired by Adobe.

After two years of business, Dollar Photo Club will terminate its service on April 15th, 2016 and will transition its members to Adobe Stock on a voluntary basis, offering them a better and more streamlined service, with a deep integration within Adobe Creative Cloud applications.

The unused DPC credits were valid for only one year. In case they have expired now, please subscribe to any of the Stock plans as available here to keep them activated in your account.

Important note: If you were able to migrate your unused DPC credits to Adobe Stock and had the option to sign up for a special offer Stock plan – 10 images for $9.99/month for the first year, please know that at the end of first year any unused DPC credits will expire and your plan will renew at the regular price of $29.99. For more information you can Contact Customer Care .

If you still need assistance, please post details of your problem on our user forum at:

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