Without knowing it I accidentally subscribed to another year of Skillshare.
I didn't want to, and it's quite expensive ($100). Skillshare didn't send out any renewal reminders. In contrast, Egghead, which also is an expensive subscription sent me at least two or three reminders before making the charge.
In combination with their 7-day refund policy I can't shake the feeling that this is quite unethical... and on an indie hacker level a really good example of how not to act.
I feel cheated by Skillshare and the result is that I'll in the future always warn people too make sure they're on top of their renewals or too make sure to cancel before.
It's totally changed my view of the company to a negative one instead of positive.
Is it unethical? What do you think?
Update: I did get my refund now after making a fuss about it on Twitter.