We offer discreet billing for our customers. This means the description in your statement will not match the product name
you signed up with. In its place, the name 413prod.com or that of our secondary billing processing
company will be on your statement. Upon enrollment to any of our sites, you’re sent a welcome email
that includes membership details that lists the name of the billing processing company that accepts
your payment. If you can’t find this email in your inbox, try checking your email account's spam
folder. If you feel you haven't received this confirmation email, give us a call and we will provide
you with professional advice in the event you have been a victim of fraud.
Upon successful cancellation of an account, you will be sent a confirmation email to the email address used during sign-up.
If you can’t find this email in your inbox, try checking your email account's spam folder. If you
haven't received the confirmation email or you don't have access to the email address on file, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or during regular business hours please give us a call and we’ll verify the cancellation.
Monthly memberships are billed upon sign-up and every 30 days thereafter until cancelled.
Three month memberships are billed upon sign-up and every 90 days thereafter until cancelled.
Trial memberships are billed upon sign-up and are automatically upgraded to standard monthly memberships unless cancelled
within the trial period. If a trial membership becomes upgraded, the resulting standard monthly
membership billing policy will apply as of the upgrade date.
Many of the sites allow for the purchase of a trial membership at a special-offer price and are only available for a certain
number of days. All trial memberships are automatically upgraded to standard monthly memberships
unless they are cancelled within the trial period. Please refer to the "Terms and Conditions" of
the website that you joined for further information.
There are many possible reasons why you may be experiencing poor video playback. HD video playback requires a better than
average internet connection and computer processor, so if you have a slow connection or older
computer, you may experience issues. If you are experiencing choppy playback you may try one
of the following to resolve this:
Select a lower video quality. The default quality is set to HD 720P which may be too heavy for your current internet connection.
Click on the settings button under the video player and make your selection under “Video Quality.”
Turn off other programs, virus protection, ad blocker, or energy saving settings as they may interfere with HD video playback.
Stop any files that you may be downloading in the background.
Try closing other browser tabs if you have many opened.
Try another browser and see if that helps. We recommend the latest versions of the following browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox.