Can I modify my plan anytime?
Sure, you can modify your plan at any time.
If you change your plan, the changes made are usually instant and you should be able to use your new plan limits immediately.
e.g. as an illustrative example, if you change from a plan for $5 which gives you 100 pages or API calls to a plan for $10 that gives you 500 pages or API calls, you will essentially be adding the new $10 plan to your account and canceling the $5 plan.
We will NOT be calculating and providing a difference between the $5 and $10 plan (ie you will not be getting an incremental $5 charge and 400 more calls)
Can I start with a one month plan?
Sure, you can start with one month and cancel anytime. All our plans require a subscription that renews monthly. If you only need to use our services for a month, you can subscribe to our service for one month and cancel your subscription in less ...
Does ScrapeHero provide a Free Trial?
Sure, we have free plans for some of our offerings such as https://www.scrapehero.com/marketplace/amazon-product-details/. The details of the plan and costs are on each page. if you see a Free plan, you can get that for Free by signing up.
I want to add a new field to the cloud crawler
If you would like some modification to any existing cloud scrapers listed here https://cloud.scrapehero.com/library/crawler, we cannot customize the cloud scrapers BUT we can build a custom solution for you which we can run in our "full-service" ...
For your APIs, can I upgrade or downgrade plans?
Yes. You can upgrade, downgrade or cancel at any time. Click on the Billing tab to change your plan. When you make any of these changes you are subscribing to a NEW plan. e.g. as an illustrative example, if you change from a plan for $5 which gives ...
What happens to my existing page credits when I upgrade my plan?
If you have any remaining page credits before upgrading the plan, our system will automatically assign the remaining credits as a discount while upgrading the plan. e.g. If you upgrade from a $5 plan to $50 plan and you have $3 worth of unused ...