I thought I was signing up for the Peacock streaming channel but instead ended up with weather info and wallpaper pictures. I paid $9.99 for this. I cancelled when I realized it wasn't the Peacock streaming service but I'm pretty sure I lost out on the ten bucks.
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The text shown when subscribing to most channels warns that payments are nonrefundable and that the subscription will auto-renew unless canceled before the renewal date. So you've probably lost your first month's payment. Enjoy the rest of your prepaid month.
Searched for streaming Peacock that was to launch today. Picture of peacock came up with the word free on it. Logged it into account and was charged $10.99 for a screen saver of a peacock with weather on it. I would like a refund, but cannot find anywhere to get my money back. I did not want a weather screen saver, I wanted the streaming channel Peacock.
What a deceiving rip off.
Can anyone help me?
With over 1400 reviews, this has been around since long before anybody at NBC decided to name their app Peacock.
"Amazing Peacock photo collection for your TV. Weather and Clock widgets available." It's hardly Roku's fault if you didn't read the description.
No, if you look up when it was originated, it was June of 2020. Someone who was insightful deliberately did this knowing that they would be able to take advantage of people
Did you carefully look at the description? It says this:
"Amazing Peacock photo collection for your TV. Weather and Clock widgets available.". The photo is a real peacock. The NBC streaming is named "Peacock TV" and the logo is the word "peacock" with a vertical line of 6 color dots.
The Peacock streaming channel is not yet available on Roku devices. It is stuck in the same negotiation limbo as HBO Max.