Ripe wrote:English is not my first language but I hope you didn't actually suggested I might cancel my credit card as a way to cancel subscription to something.
He is saying that you can tell your credit card company/bank to reverse the charge, if it is made after you (tried to) cancel the subscritption. Not the whole card.
kessie8dn wrote:Only after clicking "Join" is there any mention of it being continously renewed in the smallest font at the top of the page but this is easily missed between the Epoch logo and the words "SELECT A WAY TO PAY" in capitals and a much larger font. Now you may not think that is sneaky or "small print"but it's the smallest print on the whole damn page.
No matter how small the font may be, it is your responsibility as an adult who agrees to a contract to read every word in it.
It may be because I get another site because it is another language for me, but when I try to sign up for membership, the text with the mentioning of the recurring nature of the subscription is as large as half the other text.
kessie8dn wrote:Unless this situation changes I'm never going to be a customer of that site again because I simply will not agree to sign up for continuous deductions. Banks take the view that any funds deducted from my account must have been approved, so getting money back is a nightmare (and by no means certain). The risks are too great for such scant reward.
Sounds to me like you should direct more of your efforts towards your bank to change their customer policy instead of a lone game creator...
By the way, I agree that 20$ a month for the games he creates is too much, but I think you are being unfair. No one forces us to buy the games for whatever price he wants.