Learn How To Get a Pandora Refund in a Matter of Minutes
Pandora is a US-based subscription music streaming service. It is owned by Sirius XM Holding and was founded in 2000. If you are unsatisfied with the service you get from Pandora, you should be able to get your money back.
How To Request Pandora Refund on Your Own
If you decide to request a refund from Pandora on your own, these are your options:
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How To Request a Refund From Pandora Through Their Website
On their website, Pandora says that they offer prorated refunds for annual subscriptions purchased directly through their website. You will need to fill out a form that will be sent to their customer support. These are the details you will have to provide them with:
- Topic—Billing and Subscription, for example
- The device you are using
- Brief description of your issue
How To Request a Refund From Pandora via a Third-Party Provider
Subscriptions purchased on iOS devices—iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch—are billed through Apple, so any billing issues or refund requests are made through their customer service. If this is how you got your Pandora subscription, you can cancel it by doing the following:
- Go to the Apple Support page
- Select Billing and Subscriptions
- Click on Subscriptions & Purchases
- Select Request a Refund twice
- Sign in to the Apple ID account that was billed (you may need to complete a two-factor authorization)
- Find Pandora on the list and click on Report
- Choose I’d Like to Request a Refund from the list
- Click Select
Apple’s support team should contact you within 24 hours.
If you purchased the subscription from Amazon Market—e.g., Kindle Fire or an Android device with the Amazon Appstore—you will need to contact the Amazon support team for more information about their refund policy.
In case your subscription was purchased via Roku, you will need to contact their support team for more information on their refund policy. You can get in touch with the company through their website or call them at (888) 600-7658. Explain why you’re reaching out to them and ask for further instructions.
Pandora’s Refund Policy
When it comes to Pandora’s monthly or gift subscriptions, Pandora states on their website that the purchase or redemption of the Subscription Product is final and non-refundable. Pandora will not issue you any refund, including partial, prorated, or otherwise unless required to do so by law.
There are no federal laws that require a merchant to refund money unless the product they sold is defective, in spite of the federal consumer protection regulation enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). State laws regarding refunds are more regulated than federal ones. In most cases, the company needs to state clearly on their website that they do not offer a refund. If that is not the case, a customer can get a full refund after a certain number of days.
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Having Trouble With Pandora’s No-Refund Policy? DoNotPay Can Help You Out
If you are not satisfied with the service you got and want to request a refund, use DoNotPay to get your money back. Skip the complicated and time-consuming process of requesting a refund on your own by allowing DoNotPay to help you. This is what you’ll need to do:
- Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser
- Click on the Get Protected button under the Chargeback Instantly section
- Provide DoNotPay with all the key information about your bank
- Type in Pandora as the merchant
- Verify your signature and submit the request
DoNotPay is going to send a dispute letter to your bank when you fill out the short questionnaire. Our app can also compose one more and send it directly to Pandora. We will refer to all relevant VISA and Mastercard codes and regulations that will help you get the refund fast, as requested by the Fair Credit Billing Act. If you want to get in touch with the company immediately, DoNotPay can contact them on your behalf.
Use DoNotPay To Sue Pandora if They Are Refusing To Cooperate
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