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In most cases, if you cancel your Plus or Professional subscription before it expires, you'll have to finish your current subscription without receiving money back.
If you purchased a subscription through the Apple app store or Google Play, you'll have to contact either Apple or Google directly to request a refund.
How to request a refund from Apple
How to request a refund from Google
- Visit this page to learn more about Google's refund policies.
Live in the E.U. or Turkey?
If you live in the E.U. or Turkey, you may be legally entitled to a refund.
You can cancel your Plus subscription within 14 days of upgrading or opening a paid account, and you'll get a refund for the amount you paid Dropbox.
To request a refund:
- Submit a ticket, if you haven't already.
- If you submitted a ticket, and then arrived at this article via an automated email response from us, reply to that email.
- Note: be sure to let us know that you live in a region that requires us to provide refunds, and which region that is.
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