If you become a paying Constant Contact customer and you are not satisfied for any reason and cancel your Constant Contact account, we will refund 100% of your first monthly subscription payment via the same method you used to make your payment (either to the credit card you used to sign up for your account or via check to the name and address we have on file). Our money-back guarantee is only available to new, paying Constant Contact customers who at all times abide by our Terms and Conditions, Privacy Statement and Anti-Spam Policy and have not taken advantage of the money-back guarantee in the past. To take advantage of the money-back guarantee, you must contact us within 30 days from the date you first purchased Constant Contact and cancel your account and request your refund either by calling us at (855) 797-4712 (if you are located in the US), 0800-141-3179 (if you are located in the UK) or (781) 482-8931 (if you are located outside of the US and UK). Constant Contact reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to suspend or cancel this offer at any time.
No matter how many contacts are on your list.
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Prepay 6 months in advance and save 10%. Prepay 12 months, and save 15%. Nonprofits can prepay 6 months and save 20%. Or prepay 12 months, and save 30%.
How will I be billed?
You'll be charged a monthly flat fee based on how many email addresses are in your Constant Contact account. If your contact list changes before the next billing cycle, we'll automatically adjust your fee for you.
30 day money-back guarantee
If you cancel your account within 30 days after buying, you'll receive a full-refund. No questions asked. View Terms & Conditions
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