WWJ just lost a subscriber. Anyone else get a 'free' book from them
with the promise of more to come for the low price of...
Even if the books are worth reading, the fact that they signed me up
for automatic delivery is enough for me to drop them.
Yes, this has happened to many people.
You are under no obligation to pay for unsolicited merchandise.
Complain to WWJ if you wish, but in any case, you are well within your
rights to keep any merchandise which you did not request.
I signed up from Canada and I didn't have to buy *any* more books than
the introduction offer. Apparently it's too expensive to send the book
of the month and have it sent back to them :-)
Canadians, take your chance. 4 books for very little money.
If you look at the fine print it says that they will send out the book of
the month every 4 - 6 weeks. If you want it do nothing and if you don't
want it just send back the card. So you are liable for it.
IMHO I think this sucks.
The last several mailings specifically indicated that, since this was
unsolicited, you were under no obligation to do anything - return the book,
pay a bill, communicate your opt-out, anything.
An unintended consequence of this marketing campaign is that at least one
subscriber is letting their subscriotion lapse when it runs out. There is
more than sufficient junk mail arriving here already. The publications may
be safely ignored, IMO.
Where did you sign up for this? I've been over a couple of my more recent
issues of the WWJ, and haven't found a link for the book club. I've also
been over the website and Google, with no luck. Any help appreciated, from
one Canuck to another...
Oops, you're right. Anyway, this is the one I signed up for and the one
that doesn't send book-of-the-month's to me. So I got 4 books for US $
10. And that was it.
I didn't knew WWJ also had a book club, and can't tell if they do the
same to Canucks.
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