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Report: #1498164

Complaint Review: Grammarly - San Francisco CA

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  • Reported By: Mark — Sturgis United States
  • Grammarly 548 Market Street, #35410 San Francisco, CA United States

Grammarly I was overcharged and charged twice for the same service. San Francisco CA

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Grammarly Overcharged  and charged twice for services I tried to order Grammarly and it said there was a promotion to get it for $75 for the year: " Upgrade to Premium and get suggestions for style improvements and vocabulary enhancements directly in your mobile keyboard. But hurry—$75 for a full year of Premium ends at midnight on July 27!" but instead it charged me the full price of $139.95. It actually charged me this full fee twice! I have tried to contact them by email and through their website repeatedly for the past 48 hours and no one will answer other than with just an auto-generated response that they received my inquiry. 

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