This is not a valid answer since I have a US account linked to a US credit card but I’m currently overseas in Bolivia. The box of the device has the Disney Plus logo and everything and i cannot seem to be able even to add the app. This can be flagged as false advertising. Hope you give a better solution to this issue instead of making fun of your clients or else I will file a dispute of the charges, as I bought the device in Texas, I will also sue you for false advertisement
You are not located in a country that Disney has permitted their channel to be used on Roku devices. It doesn't matter if your account is US based. Disney is who is controlling the access, not Roku. There was no false advertisement. You purchased the device in the US, so any advertising was based on that purchase location. You take it elsewhere and you are restricted by the requirements of the channel provider. Again, Roku has no control over that. It is under the sole control of the channel provider.
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