Apparently we owe $312 for a Shopify store that hasn’t sold anything in almost two years. Uh, seriously?
If dad had actually sold stuff from here, or even updated the blog, this would make sense. But wow. No sales? How much does it cost to store less than a gigabyte, and traffic under 100 visitors in a year?
Just seems like $312 is a bit steep. Ugh. Guess I’ll ask dad if he wants to pay it, and golly, maybe actually start, I dunno, using the site, advertising, write the blog posts, etc.
At this point, I hope he says no. Just a thought — do I actually have to ask him? I mean, as power of attorney, is it my job to enable him to make a stupid decision by giving him all information? Or is he better served if I just sit on this?
By “sit in this” do you mean not paying? Whose credit would get the hit if you didn’t? Is the acct solely in his name or are you on it?
Can you move the content elsewhere?
Of course power of atty gives you the legal right to make the decision, but would he understand the logic of closing the account and agree?
Certainly more questions than answers. Sorry!