Refund on your Perpetual license or Subscription:
We offer a full refund within one year since the order has been placed as long as you have not used the purchased license key to activate the software. Once the license key has been used for activation, it is considered as “unsealed,” and your order cannot be refunded.
Please note, that 14-days “cooling off” refund right does not apply to the software purchases which are considered non-refundable upon unsealing.
Capture One subscription is set to automatic renewal by default, so if you do not wish to renew your subscription for another month or year – make sure to cancel it. Here you can find additional information on how to cancel your Capture One subscription: How to cancel Capture One subscription?
Something went wrong with the payment and your order has been processed twice? Just reach out and we will offer you a refund for your duplicate order.
Refund on Styles:
Capture One Styles are considered non-refundable once they have been downloaded. As long as you have not used the links to download the files – feel free to reach out to Capture One Customer Service team to get your refund.
Have you accidentally purchased the same Styles pack twice? No need to worry – our Customer Service Team will help you to refund the duplicate styles in this case.
How to get your refund (for purchases made through Capture One web store)?
To get your refund:
- Kindly, read the above ↑ rules to make sure that you are eligible.
- Reach out to our Customer Service team: go to this page’s top right corner and click on “Submit a request.”
Please note, that reaching out to our payment processor – FastSpring – will not help you to get a refund, as they will need to run your request through Capture One as a seller anyway, so it will only slow down the entire process.
How to get your refund (for purchases made through one of our resellers)?
In this case you will need to contact the reseller directly to request a refund - Capture One Customer Service team will not be able to help you with a refund if you have purchased your product through a reseller. Our resellers have their own return policy – so our internal policy will not necessarily apply when you request your refund from a reseller.
The Terms and Conditions of your license purchases (made via our web store) are always accessible from your Capture One account under the 'Plans & services management' section:
I am unable to request a refund. My computer crashed while downloading the software and I am purchasing a different make camera as well. Can I get a voucher to purchase a different version?
Thank you for your comment.
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I wish I had a penny for every time i see tyhis mressage: I have forwarded your request to the Support Team. They will get back to you shortly.
So you are clearly NOT the support team?
Not offering refunds is pretty bogus. In my case, I didn't realize that the one camera type subscription only has a single seat. The single seat limitation makes this product pretty much useless for most photographers.
Capture One apparently doesn't really understand its customer base. A lot of studio photographers will use several machines: One for tethering, location shoots, traveling, etc and one for actual processing and editing. Limiting users to a single seat and machine is really not practical. I am going back to Adobe products which provide a ton more value and a better customer experience for the money.
I didn't had any reply to my request from is mail : firstname.lastname@example.org . Is this mail OK?
Have a good year and thank you.
Yes, the e-mail is on the list.
You will get a reply shortly.
Today, on March 18, I realized that I actually downgraded to the FujiFilm version from Capture One 20 Pro.
After attending the FujiFilm/CaptureOne 1-on-1 seminar on March 12 I was provided with an upgraded discount code to Capture One 21. Yes, I was hooked on the potential savings.
It’s only been six days so I’m hoping CaptureOne will provide a solution for me to revert back to the Pro version or a refund (which I read isn’t possible after activation, but since it’s an upgrade the license was activated straight away).
Will update or add to my post if/when there’s a resolution.
The subscription model is not necessarily a bad thing, although I would personally prefer to choose when to upgrade. Otherwise, if photoshop is any indication, I spend way too much time having to re-learn when they change or add new features - especially some of those that I don’t use regularly. The bottom line for me, though, is cost. Working Pro’s may be different, but I cannot justify anything close to $24.00 a month to use the software. And unless their “loyalty” scheme is much better than anyone thinks it will be, my time to make a change is now, before I get too deeply entrenched in it. I am no lawyer, but I do feel cheated by significant deception and mis-representation of the product solely to generate increased sales prior to this announcement. I hope that someone does file suit against it.
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