PeopleConnect Inc., parent of Classmates.com, has settled a lawsuit in California for up to $550K, for violating auto-renewal laws in the state.
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Learn the key trends your subscription business will need to stay on top of, and more importantly, the strategies you will need to implement in order to minimize their impact.
While credit cards are popular, real-time and alternative payments are the wave of the future. Subscription companies that adopt real-time payments will improve revenues, reduce payment churn, and burdensome payment processes.
VISA's Enhanced Descriptor Rule is now optional. VISA merchant requirements for free trials, introductory or discounted offers that convert to regular pricing are still in effect.
Losing four out of 10 customers to a failed payment is a high price to pay during a time with so much economic uncertainty. Businesses can’t afford to lose customers and they certainly shouldn’t be losing them due to a payments issue.
Gumroad launches monthly memberships, developers can now use subscription codes in their apps on Apple, and YouTube launches audio ads.
Apple announced that the company is reducing its App Store commission from 30% to 15% for small businesses earning less than $1M per year.
New York has enacted a new auto-renewal law, NY S1475A, that covers sales to consumers of auto-renewing or continuous service offers.
Planet Fitness announces a digital-only subscription, Epic Games considers subscriptions, and Experian to include subscription payments in credit scores.