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How Do Renewals Work?

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As Hostwinds uses Anniversary Billing, all services will renew on your recurring due date for the same billing cycle that had been selected when the service had been ordered.

With our services being  subscription-based, they would renew automatically on their due date, which would be the first day of the next billing cycle. This is to ensure there is no disruption of services due to non-payment that may take your websites or services offline.  Renewals are automatic for nearly all products, as such you will find a renewal invoice will be generated Fourteen (14) Days before the new billing cycle starts on your products. 

The one exception to this would be Domains which will have their renewal invoice generate 30 days before they are due.  We also send out notifications 60, 30, 15, 7, and 1 day before renewal so that you are reminded if you wish to cancel the domain’s renewal, as by default they will automatically renew.

What Products Do Not Renew Automatically Or Can Be Disabled?

How Are Renewals Paid?

It would depend on the Payment Method that is tied to your account. If you have a payment method on file that supports automatic payments (Credit Card, PayPal, or Skrill) your renewals will be paid automatically on their due date.

As Cryptocurrency does not support automatic payments, payment through Cryptocurrency would need to be done manually on the renewal invoice.  This would be done from within the Client Area. 

What If I Do Not Want To Renew?

As Hostwinds offers subscription-based services, the only way to prevent an unwanted renewal would be to cancel the product you do not wish to renew. You can learn more about canceling, see our page on Cancellations.

Are Renewals Refundable?

They would be applicable for any refund or account credit promised per our Refund policy.

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