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Don't get the Adobe Stock trial.

almost 6 years ago from , http://meet-cristian.com

If you opt for a Stock trial, it will not be added to your account as a separate product, but modify your CC Plan instead. The only options you will have then is to either cancel the entire plan or keep paying for Stock.

One thing worth noting though is that you can cancel your plan even if you had a previous 1 year commitment and will not be charged.

7 comments

  • Ricardo MatosRicardo Matos, almost 6 years ago

    truefact — been there :(

    4 points
  • Daryl GinnDaryl Ginn, almost 6 years ago

    fuk u nan i do wat i want

    3 points
  • Shakti DashShakti Dash, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    For a new stock photo service and such a brilliant opportunity, I have to say that Adobe Stock is poorly curated with absolutely no quality control. Just like Adobe extensions. And now the desktop Creative Cloud app is a new platform for Adobe to advertise stock. Even going to a cheap extent to set the Stock tab as default for a whole month before the previous updated. Even on this one, it sits on top of all the other useful stuff. Good job Adobe, I thought the move to the Cloud was supposed to be a game well played. The least you could do is to give your pro users the ability to dismiss an advertisement. (screen below)

    Stock is here Part1Stock is here Part2

    1 point
  • Jesus BerguaJesus Bergua, almost 6 years ago

    If you can cancel your plan even if you had a previous 1 year commitment and will not be charged, you just have found the perfect solution for those who get stuck with a year subscription!!

    Did you actually go through the process of cancelling your account? Was it easy?

    1 point
    • Cristian Moisei, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

      My account seems to have canceled for good, all I got was a notification saying that it will remain active until the 28th of next month and I won't have to pay any cancelation fees, it just reverted to a free account (no apps).

      So, while I know this is just a bug in how Stock subscriptions are handled, it does look like Adobe has made it easier to cancel for people who don't actually want to leave than for those who do.

      2 points
  • caesar n, over 5 years ago

    I chatted for about 45min with adobe support to cancel adobe stock. They allow you to sign up for a free 1 month trial, as a separate plan now, but make sure to cancel it within that month or else you will get hit with a yearly subscription and if you try to cancel after the free trial you will have to pay 50% of that yearly plan!!!. The way they advertise adobe stock all over CC is ridiculous, it's obscene. Their cancellation policy is not customer friendly, This is the first time adobe has **** on me and if there was an alternative i would consider it......

    0 points
    • Cristian Moisei, over 5 years ago

      There will probably be many more times when Adobe will fuck up. There are alternatives, although I don't like any of them.

      • Sketch, if you have a mac.
      • The Affinity suite, which is also mac exclusive for now but will be coming to win in the future.
      0 points