SexSearch’s right to cancel, which Doe describes as “unilateral,” is likewise not unconscionable

SexSearch’s right to cancel, which Doe describes as “unilateral,” is likewise not unconscionable

In this case, the danger that a member of SexSearch could be a minor is open and obvious

Members may cancel at any time; they must do so at least three days before the next monthly billing cycle to avoid being charged for the next month, and they will not receive a refund unless unusual circumstances apply. But those conditions hardly amount to a unilateral right to cancel on SexSearch’s behalf. ” Furthermore, SexSearch’s power to cancel memberships recensione heatedaffairs is presumably designed to protect members from those who have violated the Terms and Conditions or posted false content. Therefore the right to cancel is not unconscionable within the meaning of § (A) and so Count Nine does not state a claim for relief. Count Ten does not specify which clauses are so substantially one-sided as to rise to the level of unconscionability, but a review of the Terms and Conditions does not turn up any candidates, and thus the dismissal of Count Ten should also be affirmed.

And when SexSearch does cancel a paid membership, it will provide “a pro-rata refund for the unexpired period of the cancelled month’s membership by automatic credit

Counts Eleven through Thirteen allege common-law unconscionability in the Terms and Conditions. Continue reading “SexSearch’s right to cancel, which Doe describes as “unilateral,” is likewise not unconscionable”