Report: #722423

Complaint Review: Readers Digest

  • Submitted: Tue, April 26, 2011
  • Updated: Wed, April 27, 2011
  • Reported By: Rusty — Normandy Missouri United States of America
  • Readers Digest
    PO Box 80010
    Prescott, Arizona
    United States of America

Readers Digest Sent unordered book, then billed me for $31.23 with statement "Your bill is now past due." Prescott, Arizona

*Consumer Comment: This is a very common "Gotcha"

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Received a free unordered  book from Readers Digest. A month or so later received a PAST DUE bill for $31.23, and asking, "Have you overlooked the payment you owe us?"
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#1 Consumer Comment

This is a very common "Gotcha"

AUTHOR: Jim - (U.S.A.)

How to end this practise is also simple, Send a note thanking them for the "FREE BOOK" and if they'd like to send more you'd appreciate it.

You see, they can't do that legaly, to send something unordered, and ask for payment s Highly Illegal AND THEY KNOW IT, BUT HOPE YOU DON'T so they're screwed when you discover it.
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