How to Cancel Adobe Illustrator & Get a Full Refund 2023

Adobe Illustrator is the boss when it comes to programs for designing and editing vector graphics, and there aren’t many other competitor programs that have half as many features and tools to offer as Illustrator does. However, being an intensive program, many users have often found its complex learning curve to be difficult. In this article, it is shown how, if you decide to back out of the program, you can do so without having to pay anything. You can try the 14-day money-back guarantee on Adobe subscriptions, in case you prefer to end the subscription.

How to cancel your account and get a full refund within 14 days of purchasing your subscription for Adobe Illustrator.

Quick Guide and Facts :-

  • You can cancel your Adobe subscription pretty easily just with a few clicks on Adobe’s website.
  • Log into your account page and Open the account setting, then select Help & Support. Now choose the Manage Plan option and after following the on-screen instructions to cancel your account, you should be done.
  • The refund is guaranteed to be received automatically within 5 business days.
  • After ending a subscription on Adobe, you will still retain access to free benefits, including 2GB of online storage.  

In recent years, Adobe’s new policy has been to transition its customers from one-time product purchases to paying a subscription, entitling them to ongoing product updates and cloud storage. The Adobe Creative Cloud, a subscription offer for users, gives them access to a suite of Adobe products like Photoshop, Lightroom, and Illustrator for as long as monthly payments are made. And it’s a simple and straightforward cancellation process for those who decide they no longer want to subscribe and cancel their subscription.

How to cancel an Adobe subscription :-

For canceling the subscription to any Adobe product or service, purchased via Adobe, the user needs to go to the Adobe account page on the official Adobe website, as it can be done only from there and not from the Illustrator app or Creative Cloud platform.

1. Open Adobe’s website and sign in to your account. All the product subscriptions should be mentioned on the Plans page.

2. Find the product you want to cancel, and then open the Help & Support section on the menu bar. From the drop-down menu that appears, click on the Manage plan option.

3. Now find the “Cancel your plan” option and select it.

4. From the list of reasons asked by Adobe about why you want to cancel, select a suitable reason, and then proceed by clicking on “Continue.” 

5. In case Adobe tries to insert the option to continue your subscription at a discounted offer or tries to butter you up with some other inducement for not canceling, you might need to follow the additional instructions on the screen to cancel. 

Aftereffects of cancelling an Adobe subscription :-

On cancellation of a subscription within 14 days of the initial purchase, Adobe offers a full refund. And in the event that you do not opt to continue, Adobe will simply stop any recurring payments starting with the next scheduled payment.

Even after cancellation of the Illustrator subscription, Adobe makes the user will eligible for some limited benefits and features, such as :-

  • Still retaining the access to all the free Adobe Creative Cloud membership benefits, including 2GB of cloud storage and access to applications like Creative Cloud Express, Fresco, Premiere Rush, Aero, and Adobe XD. 
  • In case the user has gone beyond the 2GB free online storage limit at the time of cancellation, a 90 days’ time limit to reduce the data usage is provided to the user. After that time, Adobe will delete content from your online storage and you will lose those files if you don’t have a copy saved on your hard drive.

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