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I recently received a credit card charge for $799.00 for a year's worth of Dropbox business after signing up for a 30 day trial. I needed Dropbox for the trial period and one month past that time. Their website says that Dropbox business is $12.50 per month, but I...
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That's why u always use credit card then dispute charge when they try to ***u

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JJ

I was looking at signing up with Dropbox but chose not to. The pricing you mention at $12.50 per month mentions per user - starting at 5 users. So this basically means 5 user ...

1.0
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  • Overcharged after free trial
#922519
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How is it legal for Dropbox to keep my automatically renewed annual fee when I canceled it shortly after it renewed bc I wasn't using the device anymore and didn't realize it would automatically renew? So basically they are keeping the money for an unused product....
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SAME THING HAPPENED TO ME...$850 gone just like that. they don't even offer prorated refunds.......

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These jerks did the same thing to me. We need to get the word out that Dropbox is a scam.

1.0
Southmayd, Texas
#800974
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I tried the free version of Dropbox. I was prompted to give their free trial a try. I signed up to see if it would work. I did and played around with it but did not use the product. Life went on and I noticed a 799.00 bill on my credit card. They billed me for a...
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Dropbox likes to suggest that they are like any other drive. A drag a drop moves your files. I moved around 30k documents in two moves. the file structure moved but the underlying files did not and were no longer available on my laptop. I contacted support. After...
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2.8
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  • Cost
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  • No customer service
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