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Sixty day trial?

What happens after the 60 day trial. I am not an organization. I don’t want to be locked in to something that will cost me $$$$.
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Re: Sixty day trial?

Hello @EugeneT24,

 

Thanks for posting your question to the Community!

 

I absolutely understand your concerns. After 60 days your trial simply ends. You are not automatically billed. When your free trial ends, you'll still be able to access your test campaigns and the contacts you entered. You will still be able to see your Reports. You'll even be able to keep working on your draft campaigns, you just won't be able to publish them to the world. When you're ready to become a paying customer, your work will be there for you.
 

I hope that this helps to explain! Thank you for considering Constant Contact, have a great weekend!

 

Evan G.
Customer Engagement Specialist
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