I was contacted by phone and asked for by name. I was told that someone had nominated me to be included and published in a book called Who's Who. They wanted to get updated information and told me that it cost nothing! She asked a lot of questions about my current situation, which was that I was on Disability, no longer needed business contacts since my disability does not permit me to work again. I have been in many magazines by articles or promotions and have had reporters call me and interview me in a similar fashion many times before, so at the time was not suspicious. Toward the end of the call all I remember is being asked if I want a copy of the book I was in, and I said yes. I do not recall anything about joining a club or network. I received a email the next day Congratulating me for becoming a Who's Who member with a receipt stating I had purchased a Platinum program for $997.95! I immediately responded with a request to cancel, I do not want a program of any kind and have been trying to get my money back ever since (1 yr) She states they do not offer refunds for any reason. Citibank refunded my money when I explained to them about the high pressure bait and switch type phone call I received, but then reversed it back after they received a rebuttle from Who's who that stated I had received the package and not returned it. But they provided to the bank only the first half of the shipping confirmation - the second half shows it was rejected and returned. Complete with someone signing it received back at Cambridge Who's Who. I provided this information to my bank and they told me I can not rebuttle a complaint that had been rebutted already and to take it up directly with the company. They will not even respond to me anymore.