I'm a little confused, as I thought Adobe was an honest organisation. If so, why have Adobe removed $174.00 from my account when I haven't recieve the assests I ordered from Adobe Stock. I have jumped through all their hoops in an effort to contact them by phone, all to no avail. I am still yet to talk to someone about the issue.... Annoyed, frustrated and ready to moive elsewhere to find 'Assets'.
Did you actually choose and download stock photos? Your subscription allows you to do this, but you must choose.
I chose and started the downloaded chosen videos. They were taking too long and chose to go to bed and finish the report early the next day. However in the morning, when I resumed my project I found I did not have the videos I purchased. I was rushed to find new assets elsewhere and send my report in on time. I then wrote to Adobe to let them know what happened and to cancel the purchase as I no longer required the videos. I did not hear back, thus I tried contacting them today and spent too much of my time jumping through hoops to get nowhere.
"I then wrote to Adobe to let them know what happened" How did you do that? Do you mean you posted a letter? To where?
We are very sorry for your experience. You may be contacted by someone from Adobe soon. Please keep us updated.
Please clear your browser history, sign into Adobe Stock and open the menu under your name. Select License History. There you will find the assets you licensed and you can download them again. You may want to save the files to a library (heart icon when viewing details of the asset). You can then access the files from within a Creative Cloud application.
You’ve missed the point. I needed those videos then, not now. The videos I tried to download from adobe stock, failed to download, thus I was forced to get videos from another source, which I paid for. I no longer have use for the videos I chose from your stock. If your videos had of downloaded, then we would not be having this discussion, I would have happily paid for them. You are now forcing me to pay for a product I do not need, a product you failed to provide when needed. I am not trying to rip you off, I gave your service a try and it didn’t work. You will probably make more money from me in the long run by providing a professional service, where both parties do not lose and are happy with the outcome. Thus I will be more willing to return to your service. It is easy, just refund my money, most retail stores can do this and as you are a technical institute, it shouldn’t be too difficult for you.
So you’re sending me back to the hoops I jumped through on Monday. That link is how I ended up on this forum. Can you please put me in contact (an email) with someone who can resolve this issue. I have taken the issue to the bank as now we are moving into the scamming arena
You need to contact Adobe customer care as indicated by EBQ.This is a user to user forum with some Adobe participation. Or any payement or account related problems can't be solved here. Adobe customer care can be contacted here: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html - click the small callout at the lower right of the screen and type "agent".
This is impossible for me as I have a speech impediment, and the link leads to a a phone session. I need to communicate via email, and the is the only course of direction for me.
I've forwarded your request to a contact in our customer care department. Someone will reach out to you via email.