Well, that’s me well and truly stung.
I somehow managed to agree to a free trial of Amazon Prime for the one Amazon delivery I had before Christmas.
I’m now £49 down and an unwitting member of some kind of ‘free’ delivery
schemescam which if I wish to use ties me to a single website.
**feels hard done by** bah.Posted 5 years agoz1ppyMember
Buggers tried to get me, I’d cancelled after signing up for the trial, on with customers services te girl mentions she’s renewed my Prime membership… Didn’t clock on, till they sent me a emailing saying I had no valid card associated with the account. Cancelled it flatly, easy to do.Posted 5 years agomikey74Member
I don’t see why it is a “scam”: As soon as you sign up they tell you how to cancel it.
To be honest I completely forgot about it as well but I order enough stuff from Amazon over the course of the year to justify it, and the postage is pretty damn quick, so I’m not concerned.
Take responsibility for your own actions, rather than blaming someone else.Posted 5 years ago
P&P is free with Amazon anyway, so Prime doesn’t save you any money?
Economy delivery is free. Prime is free next day delivery, so saves you the usual cost that would incur, as well as being quicker.
Something very perverse and un-eco, about having a £1.60 roll of parcel tape delivered next day via courier.Posted 5 years agostanfreeMember
I seem to have signed up for It but cant find the option to cancel It . Any step by step instructions on how to cancel. ?
Actually just checked and I have a notice saying my free month ends 26th jan 2013 and gives me an option to sign up for annual membership . Obviously I’m not going to do It , will I still be charged. ?Posted 5 years ago
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