How do I cancel a subscription?

All subscriptions are self-cancellable directly through Paypal. You NEVER need our permission or even access to the site to cancel.  You can even cancel immediately after ordering and you’ll be given the full amount of time you paid for. Keep in mind, the discounted rate of $99 per year will never go up as long as you are subscribed.

Here’s how to cancel your CartoonSmart subscription directly through Paypal….

  1. Log in to your PayPal account..
  2. Click Activity at the top
  3. Unfold All Transactions go to Subscription Agreements
  4. Locate the one for CartoonSmart, and hit the Cancel button.

Another way to cancel – Again through Paypal directly,  you can go to Profile > My Money > My PreApproved Payments and find the one labeled CartoonSmart.

What’s your refund policy?

Subscription payments are non-refundable. We don’t ask for any real commitment, but once the billing has occurred the system has you in for another month / year. Keep in mind, we invest time, resources, and money each month into providing (and licensing) valuable materials for our subscribers based on an expectation that our members will honor their billing agreements. 

Having trouble accessing a course?

Uh oh, lets first make sure you’re in the right place. If you’re a Paid subscriber, bookmark this page.

Subscriber Portal!

If you’ve bought Lifetime Access to a course, go to Your Account, then click one tab over to the Lifetime Access section.

Your Account

If that doesn’t help, please email us right away using the Live Chat window in the bottom right of every page. Even if we aren’t available to chat live, you can contact us through there.

Are your courses updated for Swift 3?

Source files are always updated for the latest Swift versions, even on older courses.  New lessons are obviously recorded using the latest versions of everything. Xcode 8 is also doing an incredible job of automatically converting Swift 2 code to Swift 3, so if you follow along with a course recorded with Swift 2, the code-compiler will automatically suggest the correct code for Swift 3 (for the most part, these are all VERY minor changes anyway).