Originally Posted by GPDhost
Some companies won't give your money back but offer you different plan with the amount that you spend, if you're really dissatisfied and just want your money back this can be really annoying.
That is because in some countries their is no law to say they have to give a MBG period.
in the UK we have to adhere to The Consumer Contracts Regulations.
This is the summary
Your right to cancel an order for goods made at a distance starts when you receive the goods and lasts for 14 days
Your right to cancel a service made at a distance starts the moment you enter into the contract and lasts 14 days
If you want to download digital content within the 14 day cancellation period you must agree to waive your cancellation rights
Companies are not allowed to charge you for items they put in your online shopping basket or that you have bought as a result of a pre-ticked box
There are some circumstances where the Consumer Contracts Regulations won’t give you a right to cancel.
These include, CDs, DVDs or software if you've broken the seal on the wrapping, perishable items and tailor-made or personalised items.
Also included are goods that have been mixed inseparably with other items after delivery.
Always check the terms and conditions
The minimum cancellation period that you must be given is 14 days but many sellers choose to exceed this, so always check the terms and conditions in case you have longer to change your mind.
So basically if you as a client just picks a plan listed on a host website and dont configure it or add anything to it then you are entitled to a refund, but once you configure it or add anything then it becomes tailor-made, so exempt from any Money Back under he Consumer Contracts Regulations