The E-Cigarette “Free Trial” terms
When you agree to have a free trial of e-cigarettes you have to read the terms of the provided service very attentively. According to the terms for the common e-cigarette free trial offer, you have 14 days to cancel your subscription if you want do not want to get future coming charges.
Nevertheless, the 14 days begin the day you order and an expected shipping time frame is nowhere to be found. If you receive your e-cigarette after the 14 days have expired, it is too bad. Additionally, you can’t just resend the e-cigarette to cancel the subscription; you have to get in touch with the company and request an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number.
If you cannot contact any person within the 14 day trial, that is too bad. If you do finally get an RMA number, the company has to receive the e-cigarette within 30 days of when you originally placed the order. Finally, the terms indicate that all returns are subject to a restocking fee. So anyway, you aren’t getting out of this without getting headache.
So now when you are aware of what is going concerning this matter, an e-cigarette free trial appears to be nothing more than a trap to get you to give up your CC number and take advantage of your lack of knowledge at the very beginning.
These companies simply hope and even expect that people will fail to STOP their subscription and auto ship within the permitted time. This business practice has demonstrated a terrible influence on those companies which despite everything are truly dedicated to their customers.