Mail-Order Book Clubs' Never-Ending Story


An Anonymous Patron writes to share this relatable story from The Washington Post, "Mail-Order Book Clubs' Never-Ending Story" about the often-frustrating relationship between mail-order book clubs and their members.

"I know I'm not alone. In June, New York-based Scholastic Inc. and two of its subsidiaries, Scholastic-At-Home and Grolier Inc., agreed to pay a $710,000 civil penalty to settle allegations that the companies violated laws in the marketing of their negative-option book clubs."

[How can I get in on that money!? - A.K.]

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