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Re: Re: AIS: membership trends - more

In a message dated 1/27/2005 7:59:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
randall83641@velocitus.net writes:
Well the next
month the credit card bill came and I was overcharged for the book and
shipping; it was not the advertised price. I did not waste another long
distance call, by then I had already paid more than I would have at a local
If you were charged more than the advertised price, you should have written 
to the person who shipped the book and protested.  It could have been an honest 
mistake.  It never pays to accept an overcharge in silence and brood about it 
ever since.

Dorothy Willott

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