I've had an unlimited card for two months. got it because three friends were getting it.
All these friends subsequently bailed because they couldnt afford it.
I haven't been for the past month because no one has an unlimited card i know and it's just sat in my wallet charging me.
Last month I got an email saying they were increasing the price of their 3D surcharge to £1.50 from £1.30. I know it's only 20p increase but I thought it'd be a buyout for me because id' signed up for £1.30.
I emailed them two weeks ago requesting permission to cancel on 'legitimate grounds' which states in their T&C. This email was 'ignored' so I sent the exact same email a week ago and still no reply.
I'm tempted to write in, I can call but personally i think it sounds petty for 20p?
'8.2 After the Cancellation Period but during the Initial Period, you may only end the subscription on Legitimate Grounds and any termination shall be at our discretion. If you wish to terminate the Unlimited Card on Legitimate Grounds then you should make a special application by post or via email to the Subscription Department, stating the said grounds, and enclose any necessary evidence. If this termination is accepted, it will only take effect after a notice period of one month has elapsed from the end of the month during which the request for termination was received by the Subscription Department. If the request for termination on legitimate grounds is not accepted, you may not end the subscription, and the subscription fee is payable for the whole of the Initial period. In the event of termination on legitimate grounds, you may not re-subscribe until 6 months have lapsed from the end of the notice period.'
Is the part of their T&C I'm referring to.http://www.cineworld.co.uk/unlimited#tncs
Part B applies to me. Can anyone see anywhere else that I cannot cancel on these grounds?
Also; if I just cancel my DD does anyone know what happens? I don't think they do a credit check because one of my friends got his (then cancelled in the cool off period) and he'd only just turned 17.