It seems a lot of you people don't read before you push a button.
My daughter wanted to order a poster through Posters.com and I poured through all the on-line info before doing so. After I placed my order, the offer from Shoppers Discounts & Rewards popped up, yes for a $10 coupon, and, again, I poured through all the info and disclaimers, etc. and decided I could use the $10. during the free 30 day membership period. I ordered another poster.com item, (both orders were received within a week), and billings were never a problem, and I enjoyed the use of the $10 off my second poster. Every couple of days I receive an email from Shoppers Discounts & Rewards reminding me that I am now a member, and to take advantage of savings via this membership. Two days ago I received an email from SD&R reminding me that my free period was coming to an end, and that I would be billed the membership fee on October 1 if I do not act to cancel before that date...so I think that there is a responsibility on the consumer to read before clicking, and not to let read your emails.