Breach of Contract of the "Annual Billed Monthly" subscription

If you fail to make a monthly payment for your Slate Digital "Annual Billed Monthly" subscription for 21 consecutive days from the renewal date, your subscription will be considered in "Breach Of Contract" or "Contract Violation".  

You will receive a first e-mail from Gobbler the day the renewal payment fails, to inform you of that there is a payment issue with your account.

You will receive a second e-mail, at the end of the 7-day Grace Period, informing you that your subscription and licenses are supended.

You will receive a third and final e-mail, 14 days after the end of the Grace Period, to inform you that because no payment came through for 3 weeks, you are in violation of your contract.

As a result of the breach of contract, your subscription will be cancelled. You will only able to purchase an "Annual Paid Upfront" or "Month-to-Month" subscription.

In order to reactivate a subscription in "Breach Of Contract" or "Contract Violation", you will need to contact Slate Digital’s customer support team here: Slate Digital Support. As the plug-ins publisher, only they have the authority to manage your subscription and reactivate it

Please note: To reactivate your Annual Paid Monthly plan, you will need to pay a $25.00 "Breach of Contract" penalty fee, as the terms stated at checkout hold you to 12 consecutive payments. 

If you prefer to avoid the fee, you will have the option to purchase either the Everything Bundle Annual Paid Upfront ($179.88) or Month-to-Month ($24.99).


Thank you

The Gobbler Team

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