3.2 Your subscription will continue automatically at the fee rate applicable to the Service, which you have selected unless terminated by Ultimate Guitar or until you notify Ultimate Guitar of your decision to cancel your subscription to the Service. See the Section entitled "Termination / Cancellation" for cancellation instructions. All subscriptions require a commitment for a minimum period(s) of time ("Service Level Period") and, consequently, cannot be cancelled until the end of the Service Level Period. You may, at any time during your subscription period, set your account to cancel, or select another monthly, quarterly , semiannual, or annual subscription plan into which to renew, effective at the end of your then-current plan. At the end of your monthly, quarterly, semiannual, or annual subscription period(s), your subscription will automatically renew (the “Renewal Date”) and you will be billed for a monthly, quarterly, semiannual, annual or biennial subscription respectively at your then-current plan level, unless you elect to terminate the Service pursuant to Section 4 at the rates in effect when the charges were incurred. All fees and charges are nonrefundable. You will receive an email notice approximately 30 days prior to the Renewal Date. The notice will let you know that your current subscription term is about to end and the Renewal Date when your subscription will be renewed and your account charged. All notices regarding your subscription will be sent to your last email of record. Please keep a record of when your subscription term ends and the next Renewal Date. You are responsible for timely canceling your subscription regardless of whether you receive any notice from us.
3.3 If, when registering, you signed up for a subscription with a "Trial Period," you will be allowed a period during which you can try out the Service. Only one Trial Period is permitted per person. Certain Content may not be available for access during your Trial Period. The Trial Period will expire upon the last day of the number of days indicated in the Trial Period offer concerned ("Expiration of the Trial Period"). (Please refer to the confirmation provided on the site and via email for the specific terms of your Trial Period). If you terminate the Service prior to the Expiration of the Trial Period, you will not have any further obligation with respect to the version of the Service to which you have committed and any remaining Trial Period credits will expire. If you do not terminate and do nothing, at the Expiration of the Trial Period, you will be automatically subscribed to the UG Plus Service and billed based on the payment plan selected when you registered (or as you may have updated through the "Your Account" section of the Service). By signing up to a Trial Period, you understand and agree that: (i) you will be required to provide billing payment method upon registration; (ii) Ultimate Guitar will obtain a pre-authorization for the fee amount that you will be charged at the Expiration of the Trial Period. It is possible that some financial institutions may perceive these requested amounts as actual pending charges. These are not actual charges however, and you are solely responsible for any rules that your credit card company applies to them, such as overdraft fees.
Payment must be made by a major credit card accepted by Ultimate Guitar (currently, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover), or any other methods of payment as Ultimate Guitar may accept from time to time. If Ultimate Guitar does not receive payment from the credit card issuer or its agent, you agree to pay all amounts due upon demand by Ultimate Guitar. Your card issuer agreement governs your use of your designated card in connection with the Service, and you must refer to that agreement and not this Agreement to determine your rights and liabilities as a cardholder. YOU, AND NOT ULTIMATE GUITAR, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING ANY AMOUNTS BILLED TO YOUR CREDIT CARD BY A THIRD PARTY, WHICH WERE NOT AUTHORIZED BY YOU. If you want to designate a different credit card or there is a change in credit card validity or expiration date, or if you believe someone has accessed the Service using your IDs without your authorization, you must contact Ultimate Guitar immediately at .
3.5 If Ultimate Guitar does not receive the full amount of your Service account balance within thirty (30) days of the Billing Date, a late payment charge of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month (or the highest amount allowed by law, whichever is lower) may be added to your bill and immediately become due and payable. Unless you notify Ultimate Guitar of any discrepancies within sixty (60) days after they first appear on your account statement, they will be deemed accepted by you for all purposes, including resolution of inquiries made by your card issuer. You release Ultimate Guitar from all liabilities and claim of loss resulting from any error or discrepancy that is not reported to Ultimate Guitar within sixty (60) days of its first appearance on an invoice or credit card statement.