In May we decided to cancel out Netflix subscription. They started to crack down on password sharing by charging higher prices for accounts streaming in multiple households. We rarely ever watched it but I know Little Idiot did and she also shared our password with The Skunk Ape (BM)... and who knows who else down there. I'm not about to pay $20+ a month for something I don't use.
Anyway, I signed into the account, hit the "cancel subscription" button, double-checked to see that it said our subscription was ending, and thought that would be the end of it. NOPE. Last night I look at our checking account and it's still coming out!! We've been paying for it all along.
Now I KNOW I canceled it. So how did it resume? I go into the recent streaming activity section and wouldn't you know it... 20 different devices all streaming this summer from FLORIDA. I swear Little Idiot must have shared our account with half the state. I tell DH that I would bet my last dollar The Skunk Ape just went in and got the resume subscription button when her TV binges got cut off.
He started to defend her a bit, saying we don't know for sure it's her so I began to rattle off the shows recently watched .... Titanic.... Miss Congeniality... Clueless...
He gets real quiet then finally says "Yeah, it's her. She loved all those movies"...
You would think a normal person would just say "oh darn I guess the free ride is over" and let it go. Not her! The entitlement! Is not about the money so much as it is the principle.
I went back in, canceled the subscription again, signed out of all the devices and changed the password. Hopefully this puts an end to it for good this time.