Update: Venus blades

I got an email from P&G customer service today assuring me that this issue would be raised with the team and I will receive compensation by mail in 2-3 weeks. Not sure if that means a check or coupons for free replacements, I’ll keep you posted. Either way, as an 7-year user of this product, I’m very glad I spoke up.

And a little note about last night’s Rite Aid experience…the cashiers were still clueless, but the manager knew, well, too much. The fine print is illegible on the print-out coupon, but I checked online where it’s clearer: their in-store coupons only apply when the item is not on sale. It would appear that most Rite Aids haven’t picked up on this. Just my luck. I think I’ll have to start frequenting a new Rite Aid anyway, because I’m tired of being looked upon like a criminal for using coupons.


2 Responses

  1. I just wanted to let you know how much I love your blog! 🙂 I have been an avid reader for quite sometime and really appreciate all the hard work you’ve put into this. Personal finance blogging is so much though, isn’t it?

    Anyway- I was hoping you’d consider including my blog into your blogroll. At least check it out and let me know what you think. 🙂



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