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>> I am livid. I received a similar email, and I HATE the sneaky tactics of the companies that not only 'auto-renew by default', but also do not provide a way to turn this off. <<

You can subscribe to just about anything with one click of a button, but it always takes a few phone calls to cancel, so it seems. And then you deal with the hard sell of trying to change your mind.

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