Why would you renew my subscription without my permission! HOW DARE YOU
These people are taking advantage of students. They are now under investigation and I have set up a website to collect all legitimate grievances against this LLC. Please contact us at this website if you have a complaint or issue @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Or stonepitman&foleyattnys.com;
|link comment||answered Dec 01 '15 at 01:46 Jennifer Leigh Brand New member|
You need to direct this to customer service, not us.
You should have canceled your plan before the renewal.
|link comment||edited Jun 09 '12 at 17:28 Courtney Contributor|
This is our forum for the discussion of grammar and writing, not for dealing with support issues.
Please write to our customer support by visiting http://support.grammarly.com. One of our support representatives will be happy to assist you in cancelling your account and resolving the issue.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
|link comment||answered Jun 11 '12 at 14:21 Kimberly Expert|
Iam not writing anyone at all I want a phone call now 434-444-2940. or you will be reported to the Better Business Bureau and legal proceding started.
This is not a threat; it is an impending action. I paid you via my credit card for premium services and that is what I expect. And not an email but a voice call immediately.
|link comment||answered Mar 18 '15 at 14:13 Santina Knight New member|
Wow. Crybabies. Do your own bookeeping. It plainly states on the website the subscription will be renewed unless you cancel by a certain date. I dont think Grammarly is repsonsible for you people not knowing how to read. Grow up. Grammarly isnt your Mommy. Its a business. The information was there, your both just idiots.
|link||answered Nov 19 '15 at 19:46 prestonvaanhorne New member|
I just signed up for a months subscription for $11.99. I look at my banking information and they have charged me 135.95! I tried to call but was directed back to the website. I am furious. This website was recommended in an online class. The next class I am in, I will be informing the student to watch out for this scam! I want to be contacted now.
|link comment||answered Jul 17 at 18:10 Holly Alender New member|
It is common business practice to notify people before you bill them, so it doesn't bounce. Not common, ubiquitous. To get charged out of nowhere at a higher rate is evil. People calling others names probably work for the company. No phone number? This is definitely shady.
|link comment||answered Dec 02 at 21:25 Charles Wood New member|
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