Q: How do I request a refund?
Before asking for a refund, please create a new bug report or support request here in the FileBot Forums, and describe why you're unhappy with FileBot. Screenshots or logs that show FileBot misbehaving are particularly welcome in this regard. If after all you're still unhappy with the product, then we're happy to issue a refund.
Universal License via Paddle:
If you have purchased your license directly at www.filebot.net via Paddle then I can issue a refund. Please send rednoah a private message with your name, email and order number. If you do not know your order number, you may contact Paddle (our payment processor) directly so they can look up your order number via your payment details.
Note that private messages are disabled if you are a new member with 0 public posts. You will have to create a new public bug report before you can request a refund.
Refund requests are almost always granted, though a complete bug report (including screenshots or logs) that show FileBot not working correctly, or not working for your particular use case, is required first. If there's a problem that can be fixed, then we'll try that first, but if you're still not happy at the end of the day we'll issue a refund.
Note that purchases older than 60 days cannot be refunded.
Note that life-time purchases are generally not refundable. Please evaluate FileBot thoroughly for at least 1 year before committing permanently. Please read FileBot Pricing Explained for details.
If you have purchased FileBot on the Microsoft Store, then you'll need to contact Microsoft Support and ask for a refund. Refund policy may vary depending on your region. Unfortunately, developers have no control over refunds on the Microsoft Store, and can neither help you get a refund nor prevent you from getting a refund. It's all up to Microsoft. Please read the Microsoft Terms of Sale for details on their refund policy.
Mac App Store:
If you have purchased FileBot on the Mac App Store, then you'll need to contact Apple Support and ask for a refund. Refund policy may vary depending on your region. Unfortunately, developers have no control over refunds on the Mac App Store, and can neither help you get a refund nor prevent you from getting a refund. It's all up to Apple. Please read the Apple Media Services Terms and Conditions
for details on their refund policy.
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