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cxcelica
09-03-2007, 12:47 PM
Hi guys,

It's been a long time since I posted here, mainly because I have stopped doing the rewards programs for a variety of reasons.

Anyway I just wanted to give everyone a heads up. Although I stopped doing the programs about 6 months ago I still receive tons of junk mail to my house. Anyway the other day I received a letter from the National Credit Audit Corporation, claiming that they were attempting to collect a debt for a subscription to Zoobooks. I had never had a subscription to zoobooks, and I knew this was a scam right away. I had never done any offers where I used my credit card or where I subscribed to anything, especially something where I would have to pay for. A quick google search told me all I needed to know that this was a scam. Just wanted to give everyone else a heads up about this "company", and definitely not to send them any money.

I can't knock the rewards programs because they helped pay for part of my Disney trip, but six months later the amount of nonsense I receive every day in the mail, and now having to deal with scams like this really makes me think twice about doing it again.

rflorek
09-03-2007, 03:06 PM
Hi guys,

It's been a long time since I posted here, mainly because I have stopped doing the rewards programs for a variety of reasons.

Anyway I just wanted to give everyone a heads up. Although I stopped doing the programs about 6 months ago I still receive tons of junk mail to my house. Anyway the other day I received a letter from the National Credit Audit Corporation, claiming that they were attempting to collect a debt for a subscription to Zoobooks. I had never had a subscription to zoobooks, and I knew this was a scam right away. I had never done any offers where I used my credit card or where I subscribed to anything, especially something where I would have to pay for. A quick google search told me all I needed to know that this was a scam. Just wanted to give everyone else a heads up about this "company", and definitely not to send them any money.

I can't knock the rewards programs because they helped pay for part of my Disney trip, but six months later the amount of nonsense I receive every day in the mail, and now having to deal with scams like this really makes me think twice about doing it again.


I don't want to jinx myself, but I've been working with QR for a number of years and have not noticed ANY increase in junk mail that I receive at my house (my email address is another story.....:scared1: ). I've never done any sign-ups that required a cc.

jeanadave
09-03-2007, 06:59 PM
Maybe I've just been lucky, but I have been with SR and QR for over a year and have not seen any increase in junk mail coming to my house.