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I see you have an Adobe account under the same ID as with forums. I did go through your account details and noticed that you had Adobe Stock 10 images a month (one-year) plan which has been cancelled and the remaining assets got expired on 8/18/2017.
I would like to let you know that you can use your available licenses as long as your subscription is active, but you forfeit any unused licenses upon cancellation of your subscription.
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So you’re telling me that the credits I collected for images over the past two years that I was paying Adobe Stock for have been lost? Sounds like a class-action lawsuit waiting to happen. If that’s what you’re telling me, I’ll be contacting an attorney this afternoon.
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Same thing happened to me, I lost 120 credits. Did you ever get a resolution you were happy with?
To add insult to injury, I also signed up for my CC subscription at a discounted rate for a 12 month sub. Part way through the sub period they increased the monthly price. To cancel my sub I would have had to pay out the remainder at the new price. Pretty sure that's also a consumer no-no. Hypothetically speaking, what if they raised it to $1M p/m. Tough, and if you want to cancel, that's $6M please.