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Situation: two admins - one technical and billing admin for Jira/Confluence.
Technical admin sees at admin.atlassian.com:
You're about to lose the setting for automatic deactivation because your Atlassian Access trial is about to end. Subscribe to keep your settings.
This is OK, since I will not subscribe.
But now, the billing admin receives the following e-mail:
You're receiving this email because you or another admin in your organization subscribed to Atlassian Access, but we don't have your payment details. [Add payment details]
Now this is an outrageous dark pattern. Technical admin is certain Atlassian will not bill for unwanted services. Billing admin is certain the technical admin made a decision that a new paid service is required and complies with the call to action. In a high-trust environment billing admin inputs the card details without prior consultation with technical admin... and the money is gone. Thankfully, my environment is of a limited trust ;), but now also towards Atlassian.
I love this UX - to get for 4 services, you have to input card details 3 times.