PLM — How the heck do I cancel now?

As I mentioned in earlier posts, I renewed my Private Label Monthly subscription after the Instant Adsense Templates fiasco brought it back under my radar. I figured, even if it hadn’t improved, getting the IAT stuff for less than half the price of the package would be worthwhile.

But now, as I go through the rest of what’s new on Private Label Monthly, I find myself disappointed once again with the quality of the reports.

I mean, they’ve improved from their first month’s offering, but how could you get worse than this:

“I am a hundred percent sure that most of you always look for some home improvements. In fact, this idea occurs every day. However, most of us seldom focus our home improvements outside the home but rather inside, and the usual spot for such activity by most people is the bathroom.”

Now, I have to give PLM a bit of credit. The quality of their articles has improved a bit. As has the quality of SOME of the reports. In fact, the diabetes reports seemed quite cogent, and the golf ones were well written, if a bit goofy:

Love the intense focus and concentration of golf? Golf is a game that is all about passion, vision, and patience. But all that passion, all that vision, all that patience would not matter much if you are not dressed to win.

But the quality is not consistent. Take for example this nonsense about car seats:

Car seats, as far as I know, are highly considered for babies in the United States for a number of safety reasons. Numerous reports have noted that thousands of babies and young children are injured and killed due to car accidents, the reason that car seats are designed and required to prevent further injuries and deaths from happening. Given this fact, car seats are then worth buying. Although it is painful just like going to a dentist for the fact that car seats, because of its high demand, cost much, the benefits it can provide outshine its high price.

And there is no chance on earth I would add my name to a report called, “Hair Loss in Women: Are Women Big Losers?”

So that’s said. Hair loss in women must not be a matter of shame. It should not be a basis for us to say that women are losers when they get bald. There are a lot of women out there who were elected to be bald at one time or another. The well-known names in record are celebrities like Demi Moore, Sigourney Weaver, and Sinead O’Connor. They are the ones who got the guts to thumb their nose and walked in the aisle of fame with strong sense of self-esteem despite their being bald.

So, once again I want to cancel my PLM account… but can I find a place to do it? Nope.

That’ll teach me to subscribe to anything that doesn’t accept Paypal.

3 comments

  1. “Although it is painful just like going to a dentist”

    That’s just great.

    Looks like they’ve taken normal content and thrown it through a salad spinner or something!

  2. Wendy says:

    I thought it was kind of stream-of-consiousness lit, the way it ignores punctuation and all. I was thinking of packaging it up as literary non-fiction and getting a government grant for it. 🙂

  3. Mary Griffin says:

    Sparco makes some of the best car seats in the market. I usually prefer leather car seats over cloth.,*’

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