So I'm doing the should-be-weekly, dreaded financial planning (not as dreaded, though, since I started using www.mvelopes.com, I must say), when lo! what do I find? A $10 charge to my wife's account. That's not odd, particularly, but I don't recognize the vendor, a Reservation Rewards out of Connecticut.
First stop is ask my wife if she knows of these cats. She replies in the negative: "never heard of 'em." Then comes some research a la Google to find out they are apparently a real company and even have a website with a pretty easy-to-find cancellation number (1-800-732-7031). So far so good. At least I can get out of the thing without the AO-HELL levels of diligence to cancel.
After going through those steps, I notice, though, that my wife actually has an account with this company--I mean she has a profile with some of her info, particularly her name and c.c. data. No address, though, which is odd since one would normally include that info with a service one had knowingly opted into. This makes me wonder: who are these guys really?