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Requesting a Refund on Your Crowdcast Subscription
Requesting a Refund on Your Crowdcast Subscription

Terms for receiving a refund on your monthly or annual subscription.

Updated over a week ago

Canceling a Monthly Subscription: Until your account is terminated, your subscription will automatically renew, and your payment will be deducted each month. If you wish to cancel your account, you can do so at any time from your settings. If you terminate your account before Crowdcast processes your payment for a given payment cycle, then you will not be charged for the next payment. If you are canceling your monthly membership and wish to receive a refund, you must email us with a request within fourteen (14) days of your initial signup date.

If you cancel within the first fourteen (14) days, we will refund your first monthly subscription fee. If you cancel your account beyond the fourteen (14) day period, any amount paid prior to your cancelation will not be refunded.

Canceling an Annual Subscription: Yearly subscriptions can be canceled within the first month and fully refunded. Just email our support team, and we will take care of it. Beyond the first thirty (30) days, your yearly subscription cannot be canceled, but we are able to opt you out of auto-renewal at any time.

To cancel an annual subscription within the first month, please email our support team, and we'll assist you.

Are you an attendee looking for an event refund?

If you would like to request a refund or have a question about an event you attended on Crowdcast, please reach out to the event host for assistance. See our doc, Contacting the Host of an Event, for guidance on finding a host’s contact information.

If you missed an event that you paid to attend, you may be able to watch the replay. Just go to your Joined Events or follow the link in your confirmation email to check if the replay is still up!

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