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How does Grammarly charge my account?

Your subscription will automatically renew at the standard pricing and cadence unless you cancel before the end of the billing period.

Grammarly will charge you monthly (or quarterly or annually, depending on your plan) on the date you signed up. If your billing date is scheduled for a date that does not occur in a given month, you'll be billed on the last day of that month instead. Charges are billed at the beginning of your billing cycle and may take a few days after the billing date to appear on your account.

If you would like to know your next billing date, current plan or queued plan, you can visit the Subscription section after you sign in and click Account.

Note: If you are seeing charges on a new card that you haven't added to your Grammarly account, your financial institution has automatically updated this information as a courtesy. Financial institutions do this to ensure that accounts using recurring payments remain in good standing when a new card is issued. In some cases, your financial institution may also allow recurring charges to continue on an expired card. If you have any concerns about this process, please contact your financial institution.

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