@lonelygirl0274, check your subscriptions at https://my.roku.com/account/subscriptions . If you have more than one Roku device ensure they're linked to the same Roku account by checking the email address that's displayed under Settings->System->About on each one. If no subscriptions are shown the charge is most likely not coming from Roku.
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until recently, dropping of espn I had no complaints but I still got charged for something, ESPN+ , yet still can’t view because you are having a contract squabble. Now does that seem ethical to charge a customer for something that they can’t view?! I’ve since took the espn off today but I’ve already been charged $9.99. I’m a seventy years old disabled veteran widower on a fixed income and $9.99 a big deal to me. Thank you
John R. Schou
PS I’m very familiar with state of Florida laws as I’m also a Florida retired deputy.
@Ruptect-008-121 The contract dispute between Disney and Spectrum has no effect on your ESPN+ subscription. You do access ESPN+ through the ESPN app and can view ESPN on the same app if you have a TV provider. If that provider is Spectrum you will not be able to access ESPN from the app but will be able to access ESPN+ which is what you are paying $9.99 for. If you have a provider other than Spectrum the current dispute has no affect on your ESPN app.