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Why is it, I cannot link on to a readers digest contest. I received a card with Julys 2008 readers digest telling me how to enter the nintendo wii contest. The web tells me there is no such address for the contest. This has happened numerous times with previous contests and am beginning to believe all of it is a scam.
Have been doing business with them for years and I cannot find the web site to win the ipod. Have I been buying books and supporting them all these years entering their constest with the cost of stamps, has this bee all for nothing?
I have purchase quite a few books and have ordered their monthly magazine for years and have also passed it on to others.
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Without consulting with me, Reader's Digest unilaterally decided to take $34.94 from my credit card to...
can anyone out there help me...is this true or just another spam?????????????
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On visiting my Mother, who is in her eighties, today after her being in Hospital for four weeks I wa...
For the first time I actually logged on to a site offering a free prize. I picked Readers Digest because I have always felt that this was an honest upfront company. Boy was I wrong!!! I logged on as a "preferred subscriber" as directed to claim my "free surprise". Well it only took 15 seconds to discover that the surprise was that there was NO SURPRISE!
This will be the last time I log into one of these sites, and as for Readers Digest, their reputation has just taken a major nosedive in my books. In addition I'll be spreading this "good news".
A formerly happy subscriber.
Received a card with prize access code to be entered on www.rd.ca/lexus. I can't find it any where. It must be a rip off.
I received with this month's edition of RD, an insert stating 'You could win thousands on the...
I stopped a gift subscription this Christmas due to low funds. Reader's Digest sent a gift card anyway and then billed me for it. Now I have to tell my daughter that she will not receive the gift! I never ordered a book subscription. I received a book in the mail today and now have to cancel. Their enclosed card says "You can cancel any time by writing us a note." and fails to give an address. I am so annoyed by this.
Just like to say in a world of junk mail and magazines it seems that know body could ever have the time to take on a full time job, if they were to keep filling out forms and applications for all these potential win win win situations.
Maybe one day we could win the time ... To keep up with all these win win win... Deals?
Received with the magazine (Reader's Digest) a gift offer to log into www.rd.com/surprise for Surprise...
A customer care manager at Reader's Digest made a commitment to me on October 1, 2007. When the commitment remained unmet, I contacted the corporate offices of Reader's Digest seeking help. On October 30, 2007, Reader's Digest sent me a message which made reference to legal counsel, which could be considered a threat. Reader's Digest has lost me as a customer because of the company's refusal to honor a commitment, choosing instead to send me a message which could be interpreted as a threat.
I recently received a bill from Readers Digest for a subscription that I had not requested nor had I received their magazine. I called the company and was told it was requested via the internet,that sometimes people see "free issue" and do not know that by requesting this you will be billed for a yearly subscription
I was informed that they would cancel the magazine.
The point is that this has occurred from other companies. surely there is a government department that covers this illegal practice of billing unsolicited goods.
As everybody knows, it was a prestige to have the subscriber of Reader's Digest earlier. But now a days, if you are the subscriber of RD, you are cheated. They frequently send you letters with colourful information with your name printed on the shiny papers as if you are only the MOST VALUED CUSTOMER of Readr's Digest. The books they publish are really good . But on the other hand, they are too expensive. Many books are changed only with Titles and reprinted. Why such a good branded magazine is cheating people across the globe? They will provoke you to buy books every time by promising FREE GIFTS. Please do not subscribe RD in future nor order for their books. They should not play such a cheap drama to sell their product. They should apologise with people across the globe before brand name image spoils. People who are with me of this opinion can mail me and share your bad experience if any.
This company is always asking to extend your subscription long before it is due to expire. I let them do...
I have been a regular subscriber of Readers Digest. In Apr, 2007, Readers Digest sent me a renewal reminder...
Once again (actually I think the 10th time) I have received yet another "A Free Surprise Gift is Waiting For You" I finally said fine just to stop this I will go to the web site. Well Surprise it doesn't take you to Reader's Digest! I guess Mom was right when she said "Nothing in life is free" Reader's Digest stop sending these!