When I purchased Rekord Buddy 2.0Beta in May 2018, I understood that I would be entitled to use the final release when it came out (in fact, the license in my account says “Lifetime”). However, I was unable to upgrade through the beta version to the current version (2.1.36) and then saw that the new version says I have to buy it AGAIN, and now the pricing model has been changed to a yearly subscription.
Did I mistakenly re-purchase the software thinking that doing so was necessary, or can I continue using my original “Lifetime” license on the beta version of RB2.0 to access the latest version? If so, please let me know how to receive a refund.
When re-purchasing RB2, apart from the $30 subscription fee, I was also charged another $20 for some sort of general fee whose name I don’t remember.
A) If I don’t want to be automatically charged at the end of year 1 for another year subscription, and I cancel the auto-renewal, will I be recharged that $20 fee if I decide later to reactivate my subscription?
B) At the end of my 1 year subscription, will Next.Audio send me an email notification before re-billing my credit card to see if I want to continue using the service, or will it just bill me without notice?