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1. Press the Home button on Roku remote on your Roku remote.
2. Highlight the channel you wish to cancel using the directional pad in the center of your Roku remote.
3. Press the Star button * on Roku remote on your remote to open the options menu.
4. Select Manage subscription to view the renewal date and access additional options.
5. To unsubscribe, select Cancel subscription. A message will appear confirming the duration of continued access, content, and services.
6. When prompted, select Cancel subscription. Roku will display a message confirming the cancellation and your last day of access.
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1. Go to my.roku.com on your computer or smartphone.
2. If prompted, sign in to your Roku account.
3. Scroll down and select Manage your subscriptions.
4. Locate the channel under Active Subscriptions and select Cancel subscription.
5. Select a cancelation reason to complete the process.
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I received an unsolicited phone call from a young man claiming he was going to give me $250 refund do to issues with services not performing correctly. It turned out to be a scam. The $250 became $2500 and he claimed I was trying to beat him out of money and he was going to lose his job. He wanted me to go to Walmart, CVS, or Walgreens and buy gift cards to supposedly pay the excess money back. My question is:
Has Roku's computer system been hacked? How did this character get my information? Is this going to be an ongoing problem with Roku?
Please advise quickly because I need to get my banking information cleared up.
Thank you in advance for your quick response and help.
I hope you did not give this person any account information from Roku or your financial institution. If you gave him financial information contact your bank or credit card company immediately. This call has nothing to do with Roku but was a scammer.