I was logged out of my account and couldn't get back in because it was associated with my previous employer. I had no way to get the account recovered from email. I tried to provide my transaction ID and logged two tickets (11957679 and 11929308). I received an auto reply via zendesk. More than 10 days went by with no resolution. My account was set up as auto pay, so I was going to get billed again with no way to stop it. I was very concerned I could not chat with anyone becuase I was not logged in (the company block you from any real contact unless you're logged in). Later, I was able to locate my pw and logged in. The chat team was not able to locate these two tickets. My concern is fruad. The company knows I could not log in and thus, cancel. I understand I could dispute the bill with AMEX, but customers should not have to do this. What if they forget? How much time can go by, etc? Is it easy to dispute once the deadline for auto renew occurs? Ultimately, this loophole would allow DropBox to auto bill my account against my will. Further, the company has shown no real effort to resolve the issue. I'm trying to make it known of this fraudulent loophole to the IT team, Internal Audit, Compliance and Risk Officer, and ultimately the community. Quite frankly it is stealing money when a customer is locked out and cannot reach anyone at the company. I have two tickets that the Chat team couldn't find! How is that possible? Fraud - that's how. Just like when Wells Fargo knowingly abused their customers. What I would like to have a response to is, what is the status of these two tickets?
When you submitted a ticket, did you submit a billing query by logging into a Dropbox account, like the one you're posting on the forum with?
After logging into any account, you can click this support link, scrolling down to 'Submit a help request', and providing as much info as possible. The support team would then be able to locate the transaction on their end and assist further.
Regarding the two tickets you have mentioned, these appear to be under a different account to your current profile, so we wouldn't be able to provide any info on them for security and privacy purposes.
Thanks for the response. There are 2 issues with your response rendering it incorrect and unhelpful to the community.
1. I created the ticket and dropbox auto emailed me the ticket number and the issue. So, the notion that there is a security issue simply isn't true.
2. "After logging into an account..." you said, but that's the problem. I couldn't log in... So, you can see why that's a problem.
Simply put, I couldn't log in. I couldn't get help from DropBox. I couldn't stop them from billing me. Nobody at Dropbox can find my tickets. That's because they weren't being worked. Like I said, it's fraud and I want the community to see it.