Let's just see if Mitch Battros or one of his minions ever does a search on the web for posts about them, or checks the links back to their website.
A few years ago, when I was more flush with money, I subscribed to Earth Changes website so I could have full access. At the time, I used PayPal and now I wish I had not. As it turns out, two years ago I quit subscribing to the EC site and marked my PayPal account subscriptions showing that I did not want to auto-renew. Or so I thought.
Last year in September I got an email notifying me that my subscription had been renewed. I didn't want that to have happened, and so I contacted PayPal and got them to get my money back. I thought it was all settled and would never happen again. Poor, silly, gullible me. Yup, you guessed it. This year, just like clockwork, they renewed my subscription again!!
I went through the whole process to try to get it undone and I can say that PayPal was absolutely NO help at all. It was like they didn't want to be bothered with my trivial little transaction. I wrote a letter to Earth Changes in Seattle, WA and told them I had not subscribed. No acknowledgement of that letter since I sent it two months ago. I guess I should have sent it registered mail.
Now, here's the dichotomy part of this whole deal. While I am not interested in being a subscriber to Battros' website anymore, I do find his theory of the sun affecting our planet and weather very plausable, and if I wasn't now on a fixed income I wouldn't even be balking at this subscription thing. I have nothing against the man, or his message, but as a website doing business here in Washington, his business practices are crap. There is a mailing address on his site, but the only phone number is a FAX number.
I did find an email address on their website tonight and wrote them a letter using that method, so now the ball is in their court regarding the refund.