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Billed as a result of automatic renewal, can I, as a EU citizen, get my money back?

In the european-union, under the Consumer Rights Directive 2011/83/EU, there is a 'right to withdraw' or 14 day cooling-off period for distance and off-premises contracts (Article 9). There are ...
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Is it legal to create a legally allowed problem that didn't exist beforehand, then sell the solution to that problem to affected people?

Items 1, 2 and 4 are legal in the U.S. and in the E.U. (assuming that there is no specific legislation on those particular practices in an E.U. country or U.S. state). These practices fall under the ...
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Billed as a result of automatic renewal, can I, as a EU citizen, get my money back?

It sounds like they informed you of the details of the contract and you agreed to it, so I don't see why you wouldn't be obligated to pay them. One general idea is the two week return policy in the EU,...
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How do I keep my web site out of Europe?

It's not relevant whether your website is available in Europe, so attempting to block Europeans from accessing it is not the right approach. It's possible to have a website be available in Europe ...
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