Another update... LOL.
I actually received a reply from RocketResponder.com's Support Ticket system. They said I could log into my account -- then into 'Billing' and cancel my subscription. I'll be honest with you... I already knew I could do this. I just wanted to SEE if someone would finally respond to me and they did but ONLY after I told them I had already filed an Internet Fraud complaint with the FBI which I did actually do. When I sent that new email to email@example.com, I also made sure I sent carbon copies to the following email addresses:
As of 0100 this morning -- July 10th, 2018 -- I logged in and cancelled my subscription VIA the 'Billing' link on the left hand side of their screen. Let's see IF that actually does in fact CANCEL my subscription NEXT MONTH. LOL.
Because IF it does NOT?
I will be filing an additional Internet Fraud complaint with the FBI.
All I can say to anyone out there still subscribed to RocketResponder.com is that IF you're experiencing any PROBLEMS with your autoresponder and or optin forms? Login to your account and try to add a Gmail email address. This is what happens to me EVERY TIME I TRY TO ADD ONE:
If this is happening to you? You'll have to decide if paying $20 a month for an autoresponder is ACTUALLY worth it when you'll never be able to add a subscriber who utilizes a Gmail email address. With over 1 Billion active email Gmail accounts?
I decided to go with a different autoresponder.
In addition? Many members of RocketResponder.com cannot get their optin forms to work... If you're using RocketResponder.com as your autoresponder, you owe it to yourself to try entering a Gmail address into the live optin form you're currently using. If you're like the rest of us? You'll get redirected back to RocketResponder.com's auto-generated optin form for your list with an error message telling you that you used an invalid email address.
My guess is that most of you using RocketResponder.com might not even know you're having a problem... All you have to do is try adding a Gmail address like in the image above to see if you do have a problem. If you don't care that you can't add any Gmail addresses? No worries. Keep using RocketResponder.com and be happy.
If RocketResponder.com fixes this problem AND starts replying to OPEN support tickets (they still haven't replied to my first one) AND REFUNDS members their monthly charges when they knew they couldn't add Gmail addresses to their list(s)?
You still need to decide if this is a company you want to keep giving your money to...