Unethical market techniques - "free trial with automatic billing after trial period".
Review by Karamfilov6 years ago
I created an account with this website, and wanted to pay for one month, but they took money from my card for half a year. Beside this, there are a lot o f books and article were can be found only summary. But I think once you pay you should get all the content of a book or an article. It's not a trustworthy website.
Review by Elikar7 years ago
They tried to make me sign up for at least a one day trial to read an article that is free, and was intended to be free, and can be found in a million other places.
Review by Schankar Derrow8 years ago
Review by Pragon9 years ago
Offers a one day trial... but your required to enter in quite a lot of personal information before you realised the trial will required you entering credit card details... not so different from a porn site...
Review by Harinderjit Derrow10 years ago
I signed up for their service and never used it. It was extremely difficult to cancel, their customer service is lousy--and then they charged me for an extra year and refused to refund it. Definitely not recommended.
Review by Sivachelvan10 years ago
It's expensive.. the cheapest package is the annual which is $119.95. Most of the books are from university press companies (self-published by academicians)
Review by Mrs Good10 years ago
Had a problem when trying to switch from an automatically renewed subscription to a quarterly one. Fee for the quarter was taken, but access denied. Subsequent email requests for support got replies that didn't address the issue, or were ignored. Eventually sorted out the problem over the phone, but made me anxious about giving the company automatic authority to deduct money from my account.
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