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WSJ Wine Mixed Experiences with WSJ Wine

As someone who appreciates a good glass of wine, I must say my experience with WSJ Wine has been quite mixed. While some customers have praised the quality and variety of wines offered, others have expressed disappointment in the customer service and delivery issues. It seems like WSJ Wine may have some room for improvement in ensuring a consistent and satisfactory experience for all customers. If you decide to give them a try, I recommend approaching with caution and managing your expectations accordingly.

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WSJ Wine Love them!

They explained everything to me. Very friendly staff. They offer 100% money back guarantee on their wines! It is a no brainer for me!

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WSJ Wine Wow can't believe some of the negative reviews

I have never ever had a problem with ordering wine,whether it be online or talking to them in person. Usually I try to keep the price range within 12 to $15 a bottle.

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  1. Pros
    1. Curated Selection: Handpicked fine wines.
    2. Expert Guidance: Wine advice from pros.
    3. Flexible Memberships: Tailored wine plans.
    4. Quality Guarantee: Satisfaction assured.
    5. Exclusive Offers: Member-only wine deals.
  1. Cons
    1. Premium pricing limits accessibility
    2. Selection biased towards higher-end wines
    3. Limited offerings for budget-conscious consumers
    4. Potential delivery issues in certain states due to alcohol shipping regulations
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WSJ Wine Good recommendations

I have been very happy with the company. Their website invites you to rate each bottle purchased. They are very flexible about customizing each order according to the taste rankings provided. I have had only had two bottles I was not enthralled with and was given a refund on my credit card, no questions asked. Fed EX deliveries are sometimes spotty, but that is their issue, not WSJ.

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WSJ Wine Brief but good experience

I ordered the initial offering for the Premium Club. After I ordered it I realized it wasn't a good time for me to start with a subscription club, so I contacted them asking them to cancel. Unfortunately, it had already shipped. I accepted the case and asked them to cancel my membership, which they did immediately, without question, without complication. Though brief, it was a positive experience. I found their customer service to be positive and easy, unlike many others' experience described here.

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WSJ Wine In the mInority

I am reading all of these negative reviews and wonder whether we are the only member who has had a positive experience with WSJ wine. We have yet to receive a bad wine and have been pleased with the variety. I quickly learned to cancel unwanted shipments way before shipment and I have never received notice of pending shipments. Other than that I've been completely satisfied.

Last year we had a problem with a shipment, my fault as much as theirs. Customer service was pleasant and efficient and immediately solved the problem. Their response went above and beyond my expectation, making me a very satisfied customer.

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WSJ Wine I learned of this when an advertisement came in something

I learned of this when an advertisement came in something I ordered; my coworker and I decided we should do it together and split the package. We agreed on a mix of reds and whites and even received 3 FREE bottles of red. So we received a total of 15 bottles to split up between the two of us which was pretty great. The bottles arrived in the time frame they said they would, they arrived in perfect condition, and each bottle we tried was amazing. The only thing we had to be very careful of is their auto-renew. This is a monthly or 6 month subscription, I'm not completely remembering, but neither of us finished our 7 bottles in the amount of time prior to renewal so we cancelled, but I definitely recommend this if you're a wine lover!

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Terrible Customer Service and Unreliable Shipping

I recently had an experience with WSJ Wine that left me feeling extremely disappointed. Unfortunately, it was also my first and last order from them. I am now looking to cancel my membership as soon as possible.

The main issue I had was with their wine suppliers and their chosen method of transportation, which was FEDEX. I found it to be the worst online experience I have ever had. I was on hold for over six hours trying to get someone to answer the phone at their Joliet, IL distributor. It was incredibly frustrating and time-consuming.

My experience with FEDEX was also terrible. They did not deliver when they said they would, and after finally getting someone on the phone and explaining that there would be no one to sign for it until Monday, they assured me that it would not be a problem. However, the order was delivered on Saturday when no one was there, and yet someone somewhere signed for it. When I told FEDEX about the issue, they promised that the local office would call me and let me know where the shipment was delivered. However, they never did. Luckily, a young lady who was watching our house found it on the front steps and had to get her father to carry it and put it in the garage.

I can now see why WSJ Wine gets almost all negative reviews. I thought that being able to use the Wall Street Journal name would lend some credibility to their operation. Unfortunately, that was a mistake I will never make again. Their service is the worst ever, and I would rather pay twice the full price than have to deal with them and their shipper ever again.

In conclusion, I would not recommend WSJ Wine to anyone. Their customer service is terrible, and their chosen method of transportation is unreliable. If you are looking for a reliable and trustworthy wine supplier, I suggest looking elsewhere. As for me, I am eagerly waiting to cancel my membership and move on to a better wine supplier.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Club Review: Terrible Service, Inaccurate Promises, and Mediocre Wine

I can't even believe that the Wall Street Journal would put their name on this wine club. I've had so many problems with them that I could write a whole book about it. First, they get you to buy a whole case of wine by promising you a really good wine as a bonus, but then they keep changing the wine they send you. They say that they're giving you a similar or better wine, but that's just not true. For example, I ordered a case with 3 bottles of a $50 Napa Cab, but they sent me 3 bottles of a $35 Australian Cab instead. That's not even close to being similar!

And it gets even worse. Sometimes they don't even deliver the wine at all. I ordered 2 gift boxes of wine, but they only sent me one. I called customer service over and over again for almost 3 months, but they kept saying that the wine wasn't available anymore. The same thing happened when I bought another gift box for $270, but they tried to replace it with a $50 gift box. I never got any of my wine!

The customer service is just terrible too. They had the wrong phone number on my account, and even after I called them 6 times, they never fixed it. They won't even let me talk to anyone in the corporate office, so there's no one to hold accountable for their bad service.

And the wine isn't even that good! They say that it's really highly rated, but I just opened a $60 "99-point tuscan" that was just okay. And a $100 bottle of Napa Cab was spoiled. They say that they'll refund the wine, but not for the price that I paid for it.

Honestly, save yourself the trouble and just buy wine from your local store. If you really want to join a wine club, don't join WSJ Wine.

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WSJ Wine Unreliable and Unresponsive: My Experience with WSJ Wine

I recently ordered a case of wine from WSJ Wine after receiving an offer through HelloFresh. They warned me that there may be a delay due to high demand, but I didn't mind waiting. When the case arrived, I was disappointed to find that it only contained red wines, despite paying for a mixed case of half red and half white. The company had taken it upon themselves to change my order without my consent.

I contacted them to express my dissatisfaction and suggested that they could have changed the brands of the bottles, but kept the type of wine the same. However, they offered no solution other than for me to return the entire case at my own expense for a refund. I proposed several alternatives, including purchasing a case of white wine at a reduced cost, but they refused. I was so unhappy with their response that I asked for my account to be deleted.

Several months later, I was shocked to discover that WSJ Wine had taken $200 from my bank account for another case of wine that I had never even ordered. I immediately called them to demand a refund and to have my account deleted once and for all. They assured me that they had canceled the order and that I would receive a refund within 3-5 business days.

However, after waiting for seven business days, I still had not received my refund. I called them again, only to be told that the cancellation had never been processed and that they were doing it now. I was frustrated that I had to call them three times to correct a mistake that they had made, and they didn't even offer an apology or any kind of compensation.

I strongly advise others to be cautious when dealing with WSJ Wine. If you're looking for a reliable wine service, I recommend trying Naked Wine instead.

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WSJ Wine WSJwine Review: Great Wine Selection, Disappointing Delivery Service During Pandemic

I've been buying wine from WSJwine for more than two years now and I must say, I'm quite pleased with their service. The deliveries have always been reasonable and I've found a great collection of wine types that I really enjoy at good prices. However, since the middle of the pandemic, their delivery service has been quite disappointing. It seems that Fedex is overwhelmed with deliveries and they're now treating all their boxes roughly. This has resulted in broken bottles, and if it's red wine, the whole thing looks like a mess. Fedex returns damaged shipments automatically to the shipper, which is WSJ Wine in this case. Unfortunately, WSJ Wine appears to have no reasonable system to deal with this issue.

The best they can do is cancel your order and refund you. However, their customer service people communicate poorly with the billing department and some failed shipments never get refunded, despite having reached customer service and explained the issues multiple times. It's really sad to see this club become unusable. They used to be good, but not anymore. However, I must say that they eventually refunded my money.

Update: I'm happy to report that the above problems were caused by pandemic adjustment and the shipments are fine now. I tried other wine clubs, but none of them have the variety of good wines that WSJ has. That's what I like the most about them. If you're a wine lover, then prepaying for shipment for one year is a good deal - you make it up in about 3 shipments. Lastly, if you plan to order more than every three months, ask them to eliminate their automatic shipments to you and you order whenever you want. This is a nice service that way. Bad bottles are refunded right away. I'm back to being a regular customer!

TIP: Ignore the first message from Fedex about shipment - they will change it. The second message indicating the change is the one to believe. All in all, I'd say that WSJwine is a great place to buy wine, despite the occasional hiccup.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Disappointing Service and Long Delays

I gotta say, I've never been more disappointed with an online vendor than I have been with WSJ Wine. I placed an order at the beginning of August and it took a whopping eight weeks to get to me. Can you believe that? I called them nine times and each time they promised it was just about to ship. But it never did. They blamed it on their transition to a new warehouse, but even after that, it still took forever to ship. And to make matters worse, they never once sent me an email to let me know what was going on. I had to call them every time to find out what the holdup was. And all they ever offered me was a measly $20 discount for my troubles.

So, I decided to give them another chance and placed a new order on November 4. The website said it would be delivered between November 8-12, but of course, it still hadn't arrived by November 14. When I called, they told me that one of my wine choices was out of stock and that it would take another week to ship. I finally spoke to a supervisor and explained all the problems I had been having. All he could say was that he was sorry and that things would be different from now on. But I wasn't convinced. I canceled that order and placed a new one, which was supposed to be delivered between November 22-24.

But then, on November 20, I received an email from WSJ Wine saying that my order was "shipping soon" and that I wouldn't receive it for "TWO TO THREE WEEKS." Are you kidding me? So much for things being different. I've had enough. I'm canceling this order and my account with them. There are plenty of other online wine vendors out there, and I'm sure they're all better than WSJ Wine.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Poor Customer Service and Delivery Mishap

I recently ordered two cases of wine from WSJ Wine for a total of $368. However, upon entering my order, I realized that the wrong address had been entered. I immediately called WSJ Wine to correct the delivery address, but was told that the order had not yet come through and that I would have to call back later. I called back later that day, but was again told to call back to make the correction. It wasn't until the following day that I was finally told that the address had been corrected.

Unfortunately, the wrong address was my daughter's house in Florida, but she was not there at the time of delivery and has not returned to that address yet. To my surprise, I received a call from my daughter informing me that a friendly neighbor had called her to say that they had seen wine sitting on her front porch. According to WSJ Wine, someone has to be home to sign for a shipment of wine, but the wine was delivered without a signature.

When I called WSJ Wine to complain, I was told that I would not receive credit unless the wine was returned. However, it was impossible to arrange for the return of the wine as the friendly neighbor who had received it was no longer in residence in Florida, I was in Virginia, and my daughter was in Maine. I filed a claim with American Express and was given credit, but then it was reversed with a letter from WSJ Wine stating that "the customer made no attempt to contact us or request a refund." This was not true as I had not only called them, but also wrote a letter to them and to the Wall Street Journal.

In my opinion, WSJ Wine is a scam organization and I would suggest that if you want wine delivered, you look elsewhere. Furthermore, had I been able to return the wine, it may have been spoiled due to being left outside in the Florida weather. Overall, I was extremely disappointed with my experience with WSJ Wine and would not recommend them to anyone.

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WSJ Wine Disappointing Experience with WSJ Wine: Delayed Delivery and Poor Customer Service

I was so excited to get a bunch of wine bottles for super cheap from WSJ Wine, which I found through a promo from Hello Fresh. I got 14 bottles of wine for about $95, which seemed like a great deal. However, I've been waiting for over a month now and I still haven't received my order. The first package was damaged and sent back, and the second one disappeared into the ether with no more information available after 3 alleged failed delivery attempts during times I was home and never saw/heard anyone come by. I was so disappointed and frustrated with this experience.

I finally decided to call WSJ Wine's customer service to cancel my order. They offered to send me another box as one last hail mary, but I was reluctant to agree since they told me my card would be charged again and refunded for the order I didn't get. They said this was necessary to initiate a new order, which I know to be false because that didn't occur for the second box. I didn't want to risk being charged again and never seeing my refund, so I just asked them to refund my card and cancel my account now.

The customer service representatives were polite and helpful, but I could tell they were working for a horrible service. I feel sorry for them, honestly. I hope they can find a better job soon.

All in all, I wouldn't recommend WSJ Wine to anyone. It's just not worth the frustration and disappointment. I'm just glad I cancelled my account and asked for a refund today.

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WSJ Wine WSJwine Customer Service Fails Indiana Customers: False Information and Delivery Delays

WSJwine is a company that has been receiving a lot of negative feedback lately, especially from their Indiana customers. The customer service representatives seem to be uncaring and unhelpful, which is a big problem. One of the main issues seems to be with the private courier service that WSJwine uses to deliver orders to paying customers in Indiana. The representatives are giving false information to Indiana customers, which is causing a lot of frustration and anger.

The designated carrier for Indiana customers is supposed to be Wine Direct out of Ft. Wayne, IN, but this is not accurate. When customers call Wine Direct, they are told that they have been receiving multiple calls from disgruntled WSJwine customers daily. They are given a number to call, but when they call it, they are told that it is a different Wine Direct and that they will not return their calls. This is causing a lot of confusion and delays in the delivery of wine orders.

One customer ordered their wine on November 8th and as of December 4th, they still had not received their delivery. WSJwine had already taken their money, but they had not received their wine. This is unacceptable and has caused a lot of frustration for the customer.

It is surprising that a prestigious organization like the Wall Street Journal would allow their name to be affiliated with WSJwine. It seems that the company is not living up to the high standards that the Wall Street Journal is known for. The customer has even prepared an email for the Senior Vice President of the Wall Street Journal on behalf of all the WSJwine customers who have been rear-ended by this company. They also plan to contact the Better Business Bureau.

However, there is an update to this story. After emailing the Senior Vice President on December 4th, the customer received numerous phone calls and their wine was delivered first thing Friday morning on December 6th. They also cancelled their subscription on December 9th and asked to be removed from the mailing list. They will never do business with this company again and advise others not to either.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Pushy Sales Tactics and Terrible Customer Service

At first, my experience with WSJ Wine was alright. I had no trouble changing or skipping my delivery online, and the wine arrived safely packed and undamaged. However, after a couple of years, I started receiving emails urging me to buy special shipments. They flooded my inbox, and I began to ignore most of them. One day, I received a special shipment that I had not ordered and was not part of my regular schedule. I was annoyed that I had to call during their business hours to cancel it, as there was no way to do it online. I had to be on hold until I got a customer service representative who informed me that special shipments couldn't be canceled online. This policy is terrible, and there is no documentation. Fortunately, they canceled it, but it was a hassle.

During the holiday season, they push wine sales aggressively. I don't like having a case of wine delivered during winter because of the unpredictable weather. I pushed my delivery out to January, and my shipments were usually near the end of the month. However, I received an email on December 25, 2019, saying "shipping soon." This was about three weeks earlier than it should have been. It seemed like a sneaky way to get past me on Christmas Day. When I tried to push out the delivery for three months online, the website had an error message and was dysfunctional for changing orders. It was very inconvenient. I couldn't find any way online to cancel my wine club account either. I sent two email correspondences canceling the shipment and the wine club. I asked for documentation, but the auto email I received said that due to the amount of correspondence, they wouldn't get back to me for 72 hours. I wonder how long I would have had to wait if I had called. They never sent back confirmation of my cancellation, as I requested. However, after a few days, I checked, and it showed "canceled" on my account.

The customer service is terrible, and the sales tactics are pushy. They use slippery and dirty tactics to get cases mysteriously delivered to you. The online ability to change orders is very limited, especially if you only want deliveries during spring and fall. The wine is fine if you are not picky. Overall, I would not recommend WSJ Wine.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Not a Scam, but Communication Could Improve

I've been ordering from WSJ Wine for almost 4 years now, and I can say with confidence that it's not a scam. I started as a wine club member, receiving 12 bottles every quarter, but I had to cancel after 2 quarters because I couldn't keep up with the shipments (we're already members of 3 other local wine clubs). I was a bit annoyed that I had to call to cancel instead of doing it online, but they did cancel my membership when I asked. Since then, I've been ordering new vintages of wines I liked from my club shipments, as well as other wines on the site that seem like good deals. I usually get a mystery case at the end of the year too. A lot of people don't realize that you can buy from WSJ Wine without being a club member and having a recurring payment. I haven't been a club member since 2016, and I still get to order exactly the wines I want, when I want. I only pay when I submit an order. I've genuinely liked most of the wines they've shipped, and if you use the thumbs up & thumbs down feature on the site to rate the wines they've sent, it'll improve your future recommendations.

The only issue I've had with them was in late 2019 when I pre-ordered Chateau Sixtine's newest vintage of their Chateaneuf du Pape, which required an upfront deposit. WSJ Wine said the shipment would arrive in early November, but it didn't. I was patient, knowing that they don't have much control over allocations from vineyards abroad. Suspecting I wouldn't get the shipment in time for Thanksgiving, I ordered some other wines from them instead, which were supposed to arrive more than a week ahead of the holiday. Those didn't arrive on time either. When I emailed them, they promised a response within 2 business days, but I didn't get one. After a few days, they replied, apologized for the delay, and offered me a generous credit on my account for a future purchase. A month later, when my pre-ordered wine still hadn't arrived, I reached out again and got the same response about shipment delays. Finally, they called and said the pre-ordered wine had arrived from the producer and was due to be shipped soon. Because there had been such a long delay, they wanted to make sure my shipping address and payment info hadn't changed. My main issue with all of this isn't the delays; I understand that WSJ Wine doesn't produce the wine and that sometimes the fault for the delay is on the producer. But they should've contacted me as soon as they knew there were delays in shipment. They should never miss a delivery date without notifying the customer in advance. Because they have to receive the wine from the producer before they can ship it to me, they absolutely know when something is going to be late, and they could easily set up an automated system to email customers about delays when the wines ordered aren't in inventory within, say, 5 days before the estimated delivery date. That's truly all I ask. I don't ask that they develop magic powers and have the wine teleported from France on a moment's notice. I just ask that when I've paid for something that isn't going to arrive when they said it would, they notify me instead of forcing me to chase down an answer.

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WSJ Wine BUYER BEWARE!

WSJwine executives are oblivious about the uncaring attitude of their customer service representatives, especially to their Indiana customers. This is in part about the private courier service that WSJwine uses to deliver orders to paying customers in Indiana. Now, here is where WSJwine is getting a deservedly bad rap. The WSJwine customer representatives are giving false information to Indiana customers. They tell us that Wine Direct out of Ft. Wayne, IN is our designated carrier, That is inaccurate. I called Wine Direct and spoke to the fulfillment rep. He said, OMG!, I have receive multiple calls from disgruntled WSJwine customers daily! He said, I have a number that you (I) can call. The number he gave me was another vendor in Ft. Wayne, IN. The lady answered my call and said I'm not even surprised anymore, I have received so many calls from WSJwine dissatisfied customers. She said, I do have the correct number to call. I called ***264 and low and behold it is a different Wine Direct, however, they WILL NOT return my calls. So there you have it! I ordered my wine on November 8th and here it is December 4th and still no wine delivery! WSJwine did keep my money though! One more thing, I do not understand how a prestigious organization like the Wall Street Journal, New York City would even allow their name to be affiliated with WSJwine! I do have an email prepared for the Senior Vice President of the Wall Street Journal o behalf of all the WSJwine customers who have been rear ended by this company! Also, I will be contacting the Better Business Bureau. ***UPDATE*** After emailing the Senior Vice President on 12/4, I received numerous phone calls and my wine was delivered first thing Friday Morning 12/6. Also, I cancelled my subscription this morning 12/9 and also ask to be removed from their mailing list. I will NEVER do business with this company again and you shouldn't either!

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WSJ Wine Suspicious billing practices and poor customer service

I am writing to tell you about a recent very negative and suspicious experience with the Wall Street Journal Wine Club. My uncle passed away over 5 months ago he had a bill in his possession for the Wine club. We contacted them and told him that he had passed away. The wine had not been received and was returned to the company. They state they cancelled his bill and account. Since that time, we have gotten 2 bills (April/May). We contacted them each time they informed us that in the system it showed that we spoke and that his account was resolved. They stated that we should ignore the bill and that the billing department just had not caught up to the new information. Yet again today August 22 we received another bill for the same wine and a warning that collection may be called. I contacted the company again and asked for a manager. The manager proceeded to tell me that there is no record of my contacting the company and that he would not speak to me unless I sent him a copy of the power of attorney. I asked for his supervisor or the billing department this man Luis(who would not give me his full name) said there was no one above him to talk to and that customers can not talk to the billing department. We went around in circles for some time until I choose to end the call. First of all the red flags went up for me in that I had resolved this bill many months ago and we have no obligation to them. Probate is long over. 2ndly when someone dies if required you could ask for a death certificate and or a copy of the court order for the personal representative, but a general power of attorney does not apply. I became very suspicious at his request. We also closed out al his accounts and for the large majority they were happy to be informed- no hoops necessary, this included all credit cards etc?.

As stated this issue had been resolved the customer service people, we had spoken to stated so. This Luis would not budge nor provide me with anyone who could help he was a complete gate keeping stop gap who clearly didn't know what he was talking about. I would not trust this company, nor would I recommend it to anyone. They have serious billing and staff issues. If they needed proof of death, I would have sent it out in March, at this point I am highly suspicious. The fact that I could not speak to anyone else who may be more helpful is a big red flag. Do not support or trust this company!

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WSJ Wine Don't bother

Initially my experience was fine and I had no problem changing/skipping my delivery online. The wine was delivered carefully packed and undamaged.
After a couple years the emails pushing to buy special shipments were filling my inbox. This led me to ignore most of them. Then they slipped into one of them that they were sending me a special shipment that I had not ordered and was not part of my regular schedule, but that I could call to cancel it. Guess what - there was no way to do this online. I was irritated I had to, as an inconvenience to me, call them during their business hours and be on hold until I got a customer service rep who told me that special shipments can't be cancelled online - you have to call. As such, there is no documentation. Luckily, they did cancel it. Bad policy.
They especially push wine during the holiday period and I do not like a case of wine delivered during winter because of what might happen to the wine sitting in delivery trucks in subzero weather and given that bad winter weather is really unpredictable. Online they have a limit as to how far out I could push my delivery, which I pushed to January, and my shipments, when I had them, were usually near the end of the month (However, I fully intended to then push it out to March or April). However, the last straw was when I received an email on Dec 25,2019 saying "shipping soon". This was about 3 weeks earlier than it should have been. Some kind of tricky way of hoping I wouldn't notice this on Christmas Day and it would get past me? It was obvious to me that the correspondence was deliberately programmed to be sent on that day. Further, when I went online to immediately push out the delivery for 3 months, the website had an error message and was dysfunctional for changing orders. Yeah, how convenient. I could not find any way online to cancel my wine club account either. I didn't have time to call during the holidays. I sent two email correspondences cancelling the shipment and cancelling the wine club. I asked for documentation. The auto email I received said that due to the amount of correspondence, they won't get back to me for 72 hours. I just wonder how long I would've had to sit on the phone had I called. They never sent back confirmation of my cancellation, as I requeted. However, after a few days I checked and it shows "cancelled" on my account.
Bad customer service. Pushy sales tactics. Slippery dirty tactics to get cases mysteriously delivered to you. Very limited online ability to change orders - especially if you only want deliveries during spring and fall. The wine is fine if you are not picky.

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Is WSJ Wine Legit?

WSJ Wine earns a trustworthiness rating of 91%

Highly recommended, but caution will not hurt.

Our conclusion: After a detailed review, ComplaintsBoard finds WSJ Wine to be a trustworthy company. Although there's a 0% resolution rate for customer complaints, which deserves attention, WSJ Wine is known for their high standards and safety. If you're thinking about dealing with WSJ Wine, it's wise to check how they handle complaints.

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This club is a scam with no way to contact the company and no way to remove unauthorized charges from your credit card. I was a member of WSJwine for two years and really loved the variety and quality of the wines I received. Then I noticed an unauthorized charge on my credit card from the company. I emailed to inquire; received no response. Emailed again;...

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Poor Customer Service and Duplicate Charges

I recently ordered some wine from WSJ Wine on May 8th, 2020. I was excited to try out their introductory offer and was looking forward to receiving my order. However, after placing my order, I noticed that I was charged twice on my card statement. I was quite concerned about this and decided to call their customer service line to resolve the issue.

Unfortunately, I was on hold for almost two hours before I gave up. I was frustrated and decided to send multiple emails to their customer service team. However, all I received were auto-replies telling me that they would reach out to me in 48-72 hours. It has been 10 days since then, and my order status still says "preparing to ship."

I was quite worried about the duplicate charge, and I had to dispute it with my financial institution. I may have to do it again if I don't get an update by the end of the month. I am also concerned about any recurring charges, and I am not able to cancel my subscription. I would advise anyone not to subscribe to WSJ Wine.

However, I recently made an inquiry with the Better Business Bureau about their customer service. To my surprise, I received an email confirming that my subscription was cancelled just a few hours later. Not long after that, I received a call from WSJ Wine's customer service team to resolve the duplicate charge. I am happy to say that everything has been resolved.

If you are having issues with their customer service, I would suggest going through the Better Business Bureau for quick results. Overall, I am satisfied with the resolution, but I hope that WSJ Wine can improve their customer service in the future.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Hit or Miss Wines at Overpriced Rates

I gotta say, I've tried out WSJ Wine a few times now and I'm still not sure how I feel about it. I usually go for the fancy wine package twice a year, but I always end up cancelling the other ones. The wines are hit or miss - sometimes they're pretty decent, but other times they're just plain ordinary and overpriced.

I did a little research and found out that WSJ Wine is actually owned by Laithwaites, which is a big wine club company from the UK. Apparently, they buy up a bunch of wine from different labels and then sell it at crazy high prices. I mean, I get it - they gotta make a profit somehow. But it still feels a little shady to me.

The marketing is definitely overhyped. They'll talk up a certain vintage or appellation and then make it seem like their wine has all these amazing attributes. And don't even get me started on the "discovery" wineries that are supposedly right next door to Lafitte. It's all a bunch of baloney, if you ask me.

That being said, the $69 intro deal is actually pretty sweet. And if you're not into the quarterly wine shipments, it's super easy to cancel online. Sometimes they do offer some really nice assortments at a good price - especially the French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese wines from lesser known regions. But I've noticed that the New World wines are usually lacking.

My advice? Don't buy into the hype. Look up the wines on Vivino or other wine sites before you make a purchase. And honestly, I've found better deals at flash wine sellers and even my local warehouse store. So while I can't say I wholeheartedly recommend WSJ Wine, I also wouldn't completely write them off. It's just a mixed bag, you know?

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: A Classic Case of Consumer Fraud and Inconvenience

I was quite taken aback when I stumbled upon WSJ Wine, a website that claims to offer a wide variety of wines for purchase. I decided to give it a try and ordered a case of wine to be delivered on Valentine's Day. However, I was in for a rude awakening when I found out that by ordering a single case of wine, I had unknowingly enrolled in a "Membership" with recurring payments. This was not made clear on their website, and I felt like I had been duped. It was a classic case of consumer fraud, and I was not happy about it.

To make matters worse, I discovered that the website was not user-friendly at all. When I tried to print the website pages, it would not print the image, but instead popped up a lengthy and one-sided contract that was hidden from anyone who was simply interacting with the website and not printing it. This was a major inconvenience, and I felt like I was being taken advantage of.

But the real kicker came when WSJ Wine was unable to deliver a single shipment to my house. My address is easy to find and receives many deliveries, but there was a disconnect between WSJ Wines and FedEx. WSJ claimed that their system had "generated" an address for me, which made no sense at all. Why would a merchant "generate" a customer address? It was all very confusing and frustrating.

Finally, after two months of waiting, I received a frantic call from FedEx saying they needed a "suite number." This was because FedEx was, once again, trying to deliver to a random office building instead of my home address. It was a complete mess, and I was beyond fed up with the whole situation.

In the end, I wasted hours of my time and was left feeling incredibly frustrated by these scammers. I was relieved when I finally received the one shipment and was able to cut off all connections with them. I would not recommend WSJ Wine to anyone, and I hope that others will be wary of their fraudulent practices.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine: Terrible Customer Service and Failed Delivery - A Warning to Others

I put in an order on December 16th for my sisters to receive a delivery from WSJ Wine. I got an order acknowledgment, and my credit card was charged. The delivery range was supposed to be from December 22nd to December 26th. I checked on the order several times online, but each time it said that it was unable to provide information at that time. On the 26th, we emailed and called to inquire about the status. The customer service representative said they could not locate the record, despite having my customer number, order number, and copy of the email acknowledgment. They said they would escalate the situation and respond within 24-48 hours. I have emailed every 48 hours to get an update and have received the same response. It is now January 5th, and I have received four more email responses that they are investigating, but there is no explanation, no resolution, and no idea when it will be handled. By this point, most companies would have apologized, canceled the existing order, and provided some kind of alternative arrangement to fix their error. My only logical assumption is that they have no wine to ship as a replacement. I have been a WSJ subscriber for over 30 years and have ordered for my sister in the past. I will never order from them again! My advice is to find a reliable supplier and let these guys go out of business.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Mediocre Wine, Confusing Membership, and Possible Scam Tactics

I gotta say, I wasn't too impressed with WSJ Wine. I decided to give their wine club a try since they had a discount going on. The box of 12 wines was alright, some were pretty good and a few were excellent. But honestly, it wasn't something I felt like doing again, especially not at the regular price.

When I signed up, I thought there was a lot of flexibility for members to choose which shipments to skip or keep. But it wasn't clear to me that by getting the trial box, I was actually signing up for one of their wine clubs. So imagine my surprise when I got charged almost $200 for a case of wine I didn't even want! I sent them an email and had to wait on hold for a while.

I tried to cancel my membership, but when I clicked on the settings to manage it, all I got was a blank page. That's the page where you're supposed to be able to skip shipments and cancel your membership. It's pretty interesting that that's the only page that "doesn't load." Honestly, it seems like these guys are trying to scam people.

But I gotta give them some credit. After being on hold for 25 minutes, customer service was pretty quick to refund my card and cancel my membership. So I'm gonna bump up my rating from one star to two. But still, I wouldn't recommend these guys.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine Review: Terrible Customer Service and Scam-like Behavior

I was pretty excited to sign up for WSJ Wine and have wine delivered to my doorstep every 3 months. I just received my quarterly case at the beginning of October and was looking forward to my next shipment at the end of December or start of January. However, I was surprised to receive an email on November 13th saying that my wine had shipped. I didn't order this and I certainly didn't authorize the company to decide when to send cases and charge my account.

I reached out to customer service via email twice, but didn't receive a response within the promised time frame. I even called them three times over the last few days, but all I got was music. It's frustrating to see that I'm not the only one complaining about their terrible customer service and scam-like behavior. I was lucky enough to have paid through PayPal, so I made sure to deactivate my payment method with WSJ Wine.

I had a feeling something was off when I couldn't find any option to unsubscribe or cancel my account with them online. It's disappointing to see a company behave in such a way. I would advise others to save their time, energy, and money and look elsewhere. DO NOT shop with this atrocious company.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine's Unethical Practices: Refusal to Cancel Membership Under My Name

I recently decided to gift my father a WSJ membership for his birthday. I went ahead and set up the membership using my email and credit card, but with his name as the recipient. I even added a special message that said "Happy Birthday Dad" on the order. However, when I tried to cancel the membership, the company refused to do so. They claimed that since the membership was under my father's name, they could not cancel it, even though I was the one who set it up and was paying for it.

After a 25 minute phone call, I asked to speak to a supervisor and explained that this was in bad faith. I had entered my name somewhere as the owner of the account, and they could clearly see that I was the one who had set up the membership and was paying for it. However, they still refused to cancel it and insisted that my 70 year old father call and cancel it himself, even though I had all the necessary information in my email.

I was extremely frustrated with this company's lack of customer service and their unwillingness to cancel a membership that I was obviously paying for. If my father had passed away or if I had ordered the membership under someone else's name, I would have been stuck paying for a service that I did not want. This is fraudulent charging and operating in bad faith, and I believe that this company should be severely reprimanded and lose their BBB standing for their unethical practices.

Overall, I would not recommend WSJ Wine to anyone looking for a reliable and customer-friendly service. Their refusal to cancel my membership was a major red flag, and I would caution anyone against doing business with them.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine's Terrible Corporate Gifting Experience: A Cautionary Tale

I've been a loyal customer of WSJ Wine for many years now, and I've always been satisfied with their service. However, I recently had a terrible experience with them when I decided to send some corporate gifts to my colleagues.

I wanted to show my appreciation to the committee who awarded me a sabbatical for Term One at my school, so I thought sending them some wine would be a cool and classy way to say "thank you!" I specifically requested that a note be attached to the wines that read "with deepest gratitude for the gift of a lifetime."

Unfortunately, when the wines were delivered, there was no note attached, only an invoice that read "thank you for your order." My colleagues were confused and some even thought it was part of a credit card scam. Needless to say, the gift was not cool or classy, but rather wonky and embarrassing.

When I contacted my personal wine adviser at WSJ Wine to try and rectify the situation, they were too busy to really engage with me and seemed to think that the wine being delivered was enough. They didn't seem to understand that the whole purpose of the gift was to express my gratitude, not just to send some wine.

I was extremely disappointed with the way WSJ Wine handled this situation. They completely screwed up my gift and didn't seem to care about making it right. I would caution anyone against using them to send professional and impressive gifts to business associates and corporate clients.

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WSJ Wine WSJ Wine's Customer Service Needs Improvement

Their customer service is just okay. They send you an email to confirm your order, but then they don't ship it. I didn't even realize that my orders were cancelled until I checked my order status on their website. When I called to ask about it, they gave me some excuses that didn't make sense. First, they said that PayPal refused my payment, but I've never had that problem with any other merchant. Second, they said that my credit card information wasn't up to date, but I checked and it was. Finally, they said that my account was past due, but they never even billed my credit card.

I had to spend a lot of time on hold over two days just to fix the problem. When I talked to their customer service representatives, they didn't seem to know what I was talking about. It was frustrating.

I think that they might be trying to save money by not shipping orders to people who have joined their "Advantage" service with pre-paid shipping for one year. I've had the same problem with their Advantage service twice now, four years apart.

However, I do like the wines that I get from WSJ - when they actually arrive. Plus, if you use the "Honey" app on your web browser, you can earn Honey points with each order that you can use to get cash back from other merchants.

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WSJ Wine WSJwine Review: Unreliable Order Fulfillment and Customer Service

WSJwine is a wine club that I have been a member of since March 2013. I have had a few issues with them in the past, but the most recent one has really pushed me over the edge. On September 2nd, 2020, I received an email from WSJwine stating that my Discovery Club case would be arriving in the next 2 to 3 weeks and that I didn't need to do anything further. However, as of October 23rd, 2020, the case has still not arrived. I decided to look up my order history on the WSJwine website, but I couldn't find any record of this shipment. I was extremely frustrated, so I decided to call WSJwine to find out what was going on.

When I called WSJwine, I was told that my Discovery Club membership had been canceled, but they were in the process of reinstating it. I couldn't believe it! I had just paid $97.46 on July 8th, 2020, to renew my subscription for a year of unlimited shipping, and now they were telling me that my membership had been canceled. This was outrageous!

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that WSJwine has messed up my order. In July 2020, I ordered a case of specially advertised red wine, but the order was delivered several months late. To make matters worse, some of the wines were no longer available at the time of the shipment, so they had to be replaced with different wines. This happened again earlier this year when I ordered a case of Portuguese red wine that WSJwine had advertised. Several weeks later, FedEx returned the case to the sender because the shipment was damaged. When I contacted WSJwine, they told me that they would resend the wine to me as soon as the damaged case was returned to them. However, several weeks went by, and nothing happened. When I called WSJwine again in July 2020, they told me that they had not filled the shipment but had refunded me instead.

I have been a loyal WSJwine Discovery Club member for over seven years, but I am really fed up now. These mistakes are unacceptable, and I don't think I can continue to do business with a company that can't get their act together. I hope that WSJwine can improve their customer service and order fulfillment processes in the future, but until then, I will be looking for a new wine club to join.

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WSJ Wine Reintroduction offer november 2021

We received a "Return to the WSJ Wine Club" mailing that was directed to former members of WSJ Wine Club.

We accepted the offer and it was scheduled for delivery.

Two weeks later, I received email notification that the delivery was cancelled.

I have called Customer Service more than12 times over December, January, February and March.

I have spoken with; Adriana, Benny, Carly, Hannah, Johnna, Johana, Manuel, Margaret, Rafael, Tierra, and others.

The original order was re-placed by CS folks in December, January, February and again in March.

Each time I have been assured by CS folks that it will go through.

Each time it has been cancelled "by the System" and there is no further follow up.

The incompetence of this circular system of unaccountability is Mind blowing

Desired outcome: Honor your commitment

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WSJ Wine No delivery

I ordered you special, but never heard from you

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Desired outcome: Where is my order. I gave you my credit card.

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WSJ Wine No one is accountable

I can't believe that the Wall Street Journal would lend its name to this wine club. I could write a book on all of the problems I've encountered with this club. First, they lure you to purchase a case of wine promising a highly rated wine as a bonus and consistently change the wine they ship. They claim that they replace the wine with a similar or better wine, but that's not true. For example, I ordered a case with 3 bottles of a $50 Napa Cab but received 3 bottles of a $35 Australian Cab, not at all similar.
Worse yet, they often don't deliver the wine at all. I ordered 2 gift boxes of wine, but only received one. After nearly 3 months of calling customer service, they stated that the wine was no longer available. The same thing happened when I purchase another $270 gift box, but they tried to replace it with a $50 gift box. I never received any of my wine.
Next, the customer service is horrible! They had the wrong phone number listed on my account and after 6 phone calls to customer service the number was never corrected. I'm told that there is no way for me to speak to someone in the corporate office, so there is no accountability for poor service.
Finally, the wine is way over-rated on the site. I just opened a $60 "99-point tuscan" that was fair, at best. A $100 bottle of a Napa Cab was spoiled. The company states that they will refund the wine, but not for the price paid.
Save yourself the time, money and frustration and buy from your local wine store. If you are committed to joining a wine club, I would steer clear of WSJ wine.

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WSJ Wine Customer service

Had a very bad experience with a representative on 12/4/20 by the name of Tavares. Called to order some wine. He was extremely rude. I know everyone need a job, but does not need to answer another phone. He is one of the rudest people I have spoken to. Called around 7:45 PM CST. He refused to let me speak. to a supervisor. Fire him. [protected].

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We bought a voucher online from Rue LaLa, they took our money and never produced the wine. We have called (typical wait time is 45 minutes), finally got through to someone and they hung up! No emails have been returned, no wine, no money. Dont do it! I am on hold as we speak to try and get a resolution but it's been 40 minutes and no one has answered the phone! I used the prompt that said I wanted to place a new order and no answer. Bad service all around

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WSJ Wine Their customer service

I made an order in the morning of May 21, 2020 — and then tried to cancel the order within 10 minutes of placing the order.

I have sent 4 emails to their Customer Service email requesting they cancel the order.

Never got a response to my requests.

I also called their Customer Service 3 times — never an answer!

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WSJ Wine is a premium wine club that offers a wide selection of high-quality wines from around the world. The company is a collaboration between The Wall Street Journal and Direct Wines, a leading wine merchant with over 50 years of experience in the industry. WSJ Wine offers a unique and convenient way for wine enthusiasts to discover new and exciting wines from the comfort of their own homes.

One of the standout features of WSJ Wine is its expertly curated selection of wines. The company's team of wine experts travels the world to source the best wines from top vineyards and wineries. They taste and evaluate each wine to ensure that it meets their high standards for quality and taste. This means that members of the wine club can trust that they are getting access to some of the best wines available.

WSJ Wine offers a variety of membership options to suit different preferences and budgets. Members can choose from mixed cases, red wine only, white wine only, or premium options. Each case includes a selection of wines that have been carefully chosen to complement each other and provide a well-rounded tasting experience. Members can also customize their orders to include their favorite wines or exclude ones they don't like.

In addition to its exceptional wine selection, WSJ Wine also offers a range of other benefits to its members. These include exclusive access to limited-edition wines, discounts on reorders, and free shipping on all orders. Members also receive a monthly newsletter that includes tasting notes, food pairing suggestions, and other wine-related content.

Overall, WSJ Wine is an excellent choice for anyone who loves wine and wants to explore new and exciting options. With its expertly curated selection, convenient delivery options, and exclusive benefits, it's no wonder that WSJ Wine has become one of the most popular wine clubs in the country.
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WSJ Wine reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Oct 28, 2014. The latest review Mixed Experiences with WSJ Wine was posted on Apr 2, 2024. WSJ Wine has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 41 reviews. WSJ Wine has resolved 0 complaints.
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