Adobe Acrobat Cancellation Charges

Adobe will charge 50% of your yearly subscription if you try to cancel at any point during your contract, here's a simple way of avoiding this fee - log on and change your plan to a cheaper one, you will then receive a refund of the unused portion of your current plan. You are now entitled to a free cancellation of this new plan within 14 days. Simply cancel the new plan and you may again receive a refund - plus you've saved the extortionate 50% cancellation fee which cannot be avoided at any point within your rolling annual membership !!

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  • Neil_Jones
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    Adobe will charge 50% of your yearly subscription if you try to cancel at any point during your contract, here's a simple way of avoiding this fee - log on and change your plan to a cheaper one, you will then receive a refund of the unused portion of your current plan. You are now entitled to a free cancellation of this new plan within 14 days. Simply cancel the new plan and you may again receive a refund - plus you've saved the extortionate 50% cancellation fee which cannot be avoided at any point within your rolling annual membership !!
    I suspect it tell you that's what going to happen in the T&C's.  Oh yes, it does:


    Why are you paying for Adobe anyway?
    There are other ways to make PDFs that don't involve using Adobe...  If that's what you use it for.

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