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Level 7

Roku has been stealing my money!

I tried a free trial of cbs all access for $5.99 a month and thought I cancelled it. Months later I saw they were still charging me and i attempted to cancel the channel again and thought I had succeded, but they keep charging me! No matter what I do I'll be paying that $5.99 for the rest of my life. I've tried calling, email and am about to delete my account entirely.

A word to the wise don't subscribe to any Roku Chanels through Roku. It's so user unfriendly you'll be doomed to pay that subscription forever!
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Level 11

Re: Roku has been stealing my money!

That's like blaming your internet provider for bad Amazon charges. Your issue is with CBS. 

"I might be moving to Montana soon..."
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Level 16

Re: Roku has been stealing my money!

No, it isn't, the OP is paying Roku for the CBS AA, and note CBS direct. You could purchase a second subscription through CBS direct because they're not connected.


See this page to turn off your subscription:

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Roku Employee
Roku Employee

Re: Roku has been stealing my money!


Thanks for letting us know about the issue that you are experiencing.

If you are trying to manage or cancel your Roku billed subscription, you can do so by going to, signing into your Roku account and clicking on Manage your subscriptions.

More information regarding managing or canceling a Roku billed subscription, can be found by visiting our Support page here: How do I manage or cancel a Roku-billed subscription?

For account, billing or order related issues, please contact our support team directly here: They will be able further assist you.


Danny R.
Roku Forum Moderator
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