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When an account goes beyond contract date does not allow you to boost someone subscription and charge more then they originally had. I believe this action is illegal, and if not Ill refuse any payments related towards that action your responsible for that decision. I will only pay for what I authorize my money to be directed for such service; not on what your going to decide you want to give at any cost.

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@TherrienWm wrote:

When an account goes beyond contract date does not allow you to boost someone subscription and charge more then they originally had. I believe this action is illegal, and if not Ill refuse any payments related towards that action your responsible for that decision. I will only pay for what I authorize my money to be directed for such service; not on what your going to decide you want to give at any cost.


It should be stated in your contract that after it expires you will be charged the every day pricing for that bundle.  Any increases in your bill will be found beforehand in your billing statement in the notes section; you should be reading that statement [beyond the date due and how much is due] to make sure you understand what is going on with your bill


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