You probably know that, despite aging, your brain is able to grow, learn things
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I have a few things to say... I downloaded this app as I wanted to excessive my brain and knowledge, keep in mind I am still a minor so I use a family account... This scammed me and my family, as even if you delete the app it still charges you until you remove it from your subscription (I deleted it before the trial ended) we did not realize till a month after! So now even after we removed it it still wants us to make the final purchase, this money could have gone to so much better, it could have gone to family time or donations but instead it goes to scammers like them! There is a rainforest burning and and kids dying of hunger...and instead of people who are privileged to even own a phone shouldn’t have to pay for something as useless as dumb brain activity...that you could probably do online for free! If I could rate this app I seriously would and I despise talking about things this way but I honestly hate this app! If I could give it a 0 I would...
This is by far one of the most greediest companies ever. I downloaded this app because I saw it on Facebook. I then deleted it because it costed money. (I did this forever ago and forgot I even downloaded it). I got a call from my bank telling me that someone in California was trying to charge money to my account on ITunes for 42 dollars. I thought someone stole my information and was trying to buy stuff with it. So I cancelled my card, and got a new one. Every time I try to download something on my App Store, it won’t let me because I owe money. I thought it was because of my card being cancelled until I got a new one that still didn’t work and called Apple. I’ve been trying to get these people to delete the charge from my account and they aren’t replying to me. And I’m not going to pay the money for a subscription I never made.
I only wanted to evaluate the app but instead they signed me up for $6.99 a month! App looked interesting and showed a 3day free trial. However, when I clicked “continue” to the next screen to evaluate the rates and conditions, it automatically subscribes you for $6.99 a WEEK!! Holy hell that’s a massive bait and switch. App pops up a quick “you can cancel from settings” note after they fraudulently subscribed you. So, I knew I was screwed so decided to cancel that minute. Nope!! It’s no where to be found in settings. Here is where you find it: It’s in your subscriptions tab inside your ITunes and App Store section inside your Apple ID section. Wow! Blown away at how it subscribed me without showing me pricing, terms, condition or confirmation that I actually wanted to subscribe. To developer: don’t even waste your time responding you fraudulent SOB!
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