|Amora Coffee reviews - 707
|Amora Coffee rating* - 1.7 ⭐⭐
What Should I Do if Amora Coffee Doesn’t Cancel my Subscription?
Some Amora Coffee customers on PissedConsumer have reported having difficulty canceling their subscriptions as evidence by the Amora Coffee review #1449043 below:
“…I called them to cancel after they ripped me off close to 300 dollars. I tried cancelling with them several times...they won't cancel. They have another company that you have to deal with in order for the cancellation to be done..and they want something like 35 bucks just for the to play middle man and tell those thieves at Amora Coffee that I cancelled…”
In another instance, a customer was able to cancel their subscription but continued to be charged.
Amora Coffee question #8481
“Why did I get charged when I cancelled a month ago on anymore deliveries of amora coffee...”
One reviewer (h.kitchener) replied to Amora Coffee complaint #1449043 advising the customer to dispute the charges with the card issuer and then seek to apply for a new card. Issuance of a new credit card will discontinue all subscriptions including Amora coffee membership. When raising the issue with your bank, cite fraud by Amora Coffee. However, with a debit card, you would have to dispute the charges and seek a refund through your debit card issuer although the refund may take a long time.
You could also report the issue to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). While FTC does not resolve individual cases, it will put the radar on the company and if there are enough complaints coming through about the company, FTC may start an investigation and take the necessary legal action. Read further to find out what is Amora Coffee refund and return policies.
What Is the Amora Coffee Cancelation Policy?
This is one of the top Amora Coffee FAQ. According to Amora Coffee reviews on PissedConsumer, several customers were displeased with the Amora Coffee subscription services and they would like to know how to cancel their membership.
Based on the Amora Coffee reviews, some customers pay a $1 shipping fee for a free Amora Coffee sample with no intention to move forward with the subscription. However, after 2 weeks they receive another Amora Coffee package for which they are charged about $68 and from then onwards, they keep receiving a package every two weeks and are charged $68 for each delivery.
Here is an example of the Amora Coffee review #1436282:
“While taking on-line survey, offered free sample of Amora coffee , paid shipping only. Received & enjoyed the specialty brew, 2 weeks later, 4 more bags arrived with the cost $68.Kept & paid for those, although I felt cost was waaaaay to much.
2 weeks later another box arrived…”
In a response to Amora Coffee review #1092344, one PissedConsumer reviewer, under the user name W. Johnson pointed out that most people do not read the fine print that states that you will be charged for the second shipment in two weeks.
“Unfortunately, they do put in very fine print that you will be charged for a second shipment in two weeks. If you want to keep the cheap coffee you can...”
Amora Coffee does not provide a clear and concise process for canceling a subscription on their website. However, according to an article by revevrse.keepthetech.com, you can cancel your Amora Coffee subscription by calling the Amora Coffee phone number.
Once connected ask to speak to a customer service representative and request the representative to cancel your subscription. You will be asked to provide some of the information you used to sign up for your account to verify your identity and ownership your account. Some of the personal information you maybe required to provide include:
- your name,
- phone numbers
- Amora Coffee ID number.
If you have problems with canceling Amora Coffee subscriptions, find out what you should do in case Amora Coffee doesn’t cancel your subscription.
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