Obviously they shouldn't. Couldn't see this in the manual.
When you say it's on the payment processor side, you mean it creates a recurring payment in, by default, Paypal?They would, mostly because that's something that is on the payment processor side. You would need to cancel it there.
If they remember. Not difficult to imagine they might forget and then get very angry when the payment goes out again.They cancel the subscription in their PayPal account.
You can check with PayPal if it is possible, but I don't believe you can control another person's account in that manner.I feel there is an obligation on us to be responsible and cancel the subscription our end.
So does this use the same method of API access to create a recurring payment can be used to cancel it?
Manually, yes. What I'm saying is that the subscription is created automatically, and I think it should be cancelled automatically also when appropriate. Which is certainly at the point when the user is denied access to their account when it is deleted or banned.You can cancel a members subscription via the paypal account that they're paid into. I cancelled ALL subscriptions on our old forum via Paypal.
I think a combination of these things would be sufficient.I guess we could have some kind of admin alert sent when a member of a particular type of usergroup is banned.
Details @ http://thereforei.am/2012/07/03/cancelling-subscriptions-created-with-paypal-standard-via-the-express-checkout-api/But you can easily do an NVP API call to cancel the subscription, in scenario's such as this.