I have been charged £9.99 and £5.00 via PayPal. The transaction details say Cinema and Boost respectively. On my account page there is no option to see what ‘add-ons’ are active.
I have not ordered anything though and these charges have just appeared and I cannot see a way to check or cancel, or even contact NOW.
Sounds like a duplicate account. Use this link to determine the account with your payment details.
Then head onto live chat to explain the situation. Just make sure to click “chat online”.
Alternatively send an email to the address in the picture below.
I’m not clear what the situation is here.
You won’t see any passes on the account page on your TV, but on a tablet or PC/laptop, in Now on a browser, you can go to My Account/Manage Account/Now Membership and see what passes there are on your account.
Can you see these Memberships there?
If not, then as @gavs82008 says, you probably have a duplicate account, and you should follow his advice as to what to do.
But if these passes are visible on your account, you need to figure out how they got there.
Have you disposed of a Now device without first resetting it?
Could a family member, even a child, have started a pass on a TV in your home where the Now app is kept logged in?
Or someone else who has your account details?
But certainly, now is high time to set a Payment PIN, as we should all do on all our accounts, to stop any unauthorised Nemberships from being created,
@Anonymous User @gavs82008
Correction: you can see, on Now on a TV, what Memberships (passes) you have, in the Account box at the very bottom right of the Now home screen on the TV.
Just, for each streaming category, whether you have an Active Membership, could have a free trial, or will need to subscribe to get that membership. And for Boost, whether you have it or not, and whether it is set for stereo or surround.
So not the detail you get on a tablet, etc., of prices and renewal dates, and I don’t know what, if anything, it would show different for the runout of a membership you had cancelled, but useful nonetheless.