Internet Career Kit — Misleading advertisement - Scam
This company's email advertisement/website leads you to believe that you are paying $1.97 for shipping on three free e-books. In actually, you are actually signing up for a 14 day trial program that will automatically charge you $69.95 a month until you physically contact them and cancel. I was waiting for my three free books but they never arrived. After contacting the company, there only response was "You have to read the terms and conditions, it explains it all." (which is NOT on the advertisement page, you have to click and go to that seperately) In fact, it is actually buried in the terms and conditions. This company neatly worded and made their advertisement to appear that you are getting three free e-books and that you are only paying for the shipment of these three books. NOTHING was ever shipped to me. I asked the costumer service representive for my money back. They only refunded $40. I asked, "then what is my other $29.95 paying for?" His answer was very weak and he mentioned something about Direct Warehouse, Inc. cost. It's a company that supplies their products. Again, nothing was shipped to me. As for the $1.97 for my books... NEVER received a thing. This company is deliberately leading you to believe one thing while "catching you" on another.