Is there such a thing as' invisible subscription' from a website?
I subscribed to a service called Dropbox because moving photos presented a problem and I felt that what they offered would help. I signed up for $4.95 a month then found it was no help. I tried to unsubscribe but Dropbox is not on my add/remove list. The icon appears on the toolbar/taskbar with the time. At least it was there; then it disappeared,reappears etc. I tried to sign into the website but that is a stressful situation of running around in circles. Do I just inform my bank to stop giving them free money? I never used their service because of the frustration. I am considering a hub.
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