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    August 11, 2015


    Jeanne Byington


    I didn't buy records this way but was caught by a negative billing option once about 20 years ago when I bought one book from a publisher that specialized in titles for graphic artists. I began getting piles of unordered books and bills. I am not a graphic artist and had no use for the books nor did I want to pay for them. It took far too long to stop. Having been burned, today I am wary of using my credit card for any subscription. Should I want to get rid of it the only efficient way would be to cancel my credit card which, in turn, would affect my credit. So I pay by check when possible.

    Hank Goldman

    via Facebook ...

    Yes. It was just pennies to start. Then came the Big Invoice.

    Henry Mendelsohn

    via Facebook ...

    Yes it was, David ! Except for Vietnam and the KENNEDYs being assassinated, it seemed like better times. Everything today Is, Rush, Rush, Rush. (especially our ages)

    Ira Brody

    David... I could never figure out how they did it until my son-in-law became an executive for Columbia House... they were actually in the shipping and handling business. If you can remember, you paid a shipping and handling cost for every CD, Tape... unfortunately you and I go back to vinyl... that they sent you regardless of how many were bundled in a package. But oh the joy finding 11 choices out of the hundreds to pick from.

    Then of course their was the book clubs... anyone interested in a 1956 Oxford dictionary?

    David Reich

    @Ira -- Shipping & handling... a business in itself. But you are right about the joy of finding 11 choices from hundreds of options. A decades-in-advance preview of what online shopping is like today.

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