All monthly payments for this membership will be taken via PayPal until the cancellation of the subscription.
When you register for this membership, you have the option to log in to your PayPal account and pay for the subscription (this is known as “PayPal direct”), or you can pay using your debit or credit card through PayPal without the need for an account (this is known as “PayPal guest checkout”).
Subscriptions created via PayPal direct can be managed from your PayPal account. If you wish to cancel your subscription or change your payment method, you can do this from within your PayPal account. You are responsible for ensuring that the payment information in your PayPal account is always correct and up-to-date so you don’t miss a payment.
Subscriptions created via PayPal guest checkout are taken as direct debit and can also be managed from your bank account. If you wish to cancel your membership, you must also cancel the direct debit from your bank account to prevent getting charged after cancelling your membership.
After registering for this membership, you will gain access to member-only content and the ability to comment on shows. If you cancel your membership before your next billing date, you will retain access to member-only content until that date.
On or before the day your subscription expires, you will be billed automatically via PayPal for the next year of access to member-only content. If you miss a payment for your membership, you will lose access to member-only content until a payment is made. When a payment is missed, PayPal will try to take the payment after three days, if it fails, it will try again after five days. If the payment does not go through after the second attempt, PayPal will automatically cancel the subscription, and you will no longer be billed monthly. Again, if you paid using PayPal direct, please ensure that the bank account and/or credit/debit card details declared in your PayPal account are always correct and up-to-date.
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