Lilplay Users Report Unauthorized Charges

Have you been charged for an unwanted or an unknown service after signing up at If this is the case, there is a possibility that your credit card information has been leaked or that the creator of the service, Emhir Ltd., has exploited their powers. While there are still more questions than answers when it comes to this service, one thing is clear, and that is that it cannot be trusted. Whether you have been tricked into signing up for the services or you did it understanding what was going on, the first thing we recommend doing is unsubscribing. Once you do that, you can go into damage control mode, and, unfortunately, it might involve replacing your credit card or upgrading security.

Lilplay uses attractive content to lure users in. According to the official promotion, if you pay $29.95 every month, you will have unlimited access to movies, games, music, books, and other content. Here is a question: Is the service taking money for this content legally? It is possible that it is not, and so if you do not want to support someone benefiting from selling stolen content, you should not use Lilplay. That is not the main reason you should stay away. As we have already alluded to it at the beginning, you could be charged additional money for using the service. Some users claim that they are tricked into subscribing for the service because it is promoted as free, but even if you realize that you need to make monthly payments after the free trial, you still can experience random charges.

Were you charged for subscribing to Lilplay’s free trial? Were you charged for the service after unsubscribing from it? These are the main issues that the users report, and it appears that the company does not resolve them, which means that once the charges are made, no refunds are made afterward. The worst thing is that the users of Lilplay also report charges for unknown services that appear to be unrelated. In this scenario, you can discover strange charges for random services, and it could be difficult to associate this with Lilplay at all. Unfortunately, it does not look like your credit card details and personal information is stored safely, which is a huge offense. After all, if you reveal personal data, you expect it to be kept safe, but, of course, not all expectations are valid.

Are you familiar with the Privacy Policy at, it informs about tracking cookies that are set to collect information? It also lists the types of data that can be recorded. Unsurprisingly, it can track your browsing activity to check what you subscribe to, what your preferences are, or what you spend your money on. What is most disconcerting is that Lilplay also can record your passwords, addresses, credit card numbers, and other sensitive information. Of course, you have to disclose it first, and so it is your responsibility to be careful, but if you are not, it is no wonder that you could start discovering unwanted charges. That being said, the blame is not all on you. You have to blame Lilplay, which, instead of serving you in a reliable, safe, and beneficial manner, puts you at risk.

If you discover fraud associated with your credit cards, the first call you need to make is to your bank to inform them about illegal activity. Since it appears that you cannot stop unauthorized charges even if you unsubscribe from Lilplay, you need help figuring this all out. Hopefully, you can strengthen your accounts to stop unknown parties from taking advantage of you. Next, change passwords to your personal accounts to ensure that they are safe. Afterward, clear the browsing data from your web browsers (do so via a menu that you can launch by tapping keys Ctrl+Shift+Delete). Finally, take what you have learned and use it in the future to ensure that you do not fall for scams and unreliable services in the future.