Anyway, the ad is set up on a subscription and I thought that was very clear.
* Just above the payment button on my advertising page it says, "$XX per month"
* On the paypal payment page it says, "$XX USD for each month"
* It says at the bottom of my advertising page, "You can cancel your advertising subscription at any time..."
* Also, it states at the top of my advertising page that you should carefully read the page before making an advertising purchase.
On top of all that, it's fairly standard practice on sites that allow advertising for the ads to be set up on a subscription basis. From what I have seen that is far from being out of the ordinary.
Plus, this person isn't a newbie by any means, so I can't just chalk it up to an innocent newbie mistake. She's actually relatively well-known in the internet marketing world. So I would assume that she would know better. She might even be a warrior but I'm not sure about that.
Not to mention, wouldn't she have gotten notices of payment from paypal each month? I know I always do. Seems like she would have seen that a payment was coming out each month and checked to see what it was for.
She also stated in her email that she only received a few leads from the ad so it wasn't worth the amount she was paying each month. Okay, fair enough, but I never gave any promises or guarantees of results. In fact, it specifically states on my advertising page that I don't.
I cancelled her subscription and wrote her back stating a lot of the same stuff that I have stated in this post.
Now, to be fair, I will admit that she was very nice in her email. She didn't go crazy or demand a refund, or anything like that. But I have a strange feeling it's coming in the next round of emails, so I am preparing myself.
Basically I just want to get some feedback on what my fellow warriors would do in a situation like this?