I just set up a Trello Business Class account for myself, and without reading any of the help articles created my first board. In my ignorance I then created a team and added 4 friends to it.
Everything worked fine and we start using Trello.
I was shocked to see that my credit card was billed for an additional 478,65 $.
At no time during the process of creating the team was I informed that additional charges would occur by adding team members. As I said this is because of my own ignorance - I should have read some stuff in detail before starting.
So my question is: can I reverse this in any way? I really only need a board with 1 Team member. The others will be invited as board members.
I am hoping on the good will of Trello :-)
Hi @Gary Vey ,
So sorry for that - we certainly do not want to make Business Class billing confusing! The billing is based per-team member and per-Multi-Board Guest. If you add team members or Guests to multiple team boards, you'll get charged a pro-rated fee for each team member or Multi-Board Guest.
In addition to the article from Esme, I wanted to share our Business Class billing FAQ:
Super sorry if that wasn't clear before upgrading! Our support team can make some adjustments with you in a 1:1 email communication if you'd like to reach out on https://trello.com/en-US/contact. Thanks so much!
Hello, I´m from brazil. It´was do myself, after add 7 friends in my 1 account paied.
I'm so bored for it.
Other problem that I couldn´t understand.
These 7 friends, 3 members in one witch one board. So, I understand it pay for more 4 friends, not 7 it.
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