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  • Re: Free e-book requires credit card for checkout?

    I agree with Rebecca (“Taking credit card information unnecessarily is extremely bad form,”) and hope Aaron is correct and that in the future Logos will not require credit card information for free books. For more information check out the thread I started in 2011 that was discussed through 2012 titled “Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Tue, Nov 5 2013
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 My resistance finally broke down and I used a "virtual" credit card number and limited the maximum amount to $1. A virtual credit card number is a temporary number that is tied to my regular card but has its own number and expiration date. Then I went ahead and downloaded some of the free resources. I still believe
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Logos is still requiring credit card information for free books. Makes me sad.
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Thu, Jan 12 2012
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    [quote user="Thomas Black"] I understand you see it differently and only hope that you don't attribute evil motives to logos when none are present. [/quote] Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 A safe assumption is that Logos does not have evil intentions, and I believe they are using up-to-date standards for protecting customer credit card information
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Fri, Mar 18 2011
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Matthew, thank you for responding to others in such a nice way. Interesting idea, pre-paid visa card. Might have to look into that; but I have kind of given up on the whole free download from Logos. Chris, I am a customer in that I have purchased the IVP Reference Library which runs on Libronix. I purchased this in
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Sun, Mar 13 2011
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Thank you Matthew for suggesting I ask Customer Service to put the downloads in my account. Unfortunately they responded in order to get the free books offered by Logos I have to enter a credit card. I have no intention of giving Logos my credit card number for something that is free. This damages trust between Logos and me, the customer, making me
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Tue, Mar 8 2011
  • Re: Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Mitch, I was just at the BBB site and decided against filing a complaint. Was about to edit my original post but since you already responded decided to leave it so people knew what you were talking about. Ok, so I repent of the BBB thing, at least for now. Also I am in email contact with Logos about this but also wanted to put it on the forum because
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Fri, Mar 4 2011
  • Bad to require credit card for free books/downloads.

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 It is disappointing that Logos requires entry of credit card information in order to download free books ( http://wiki.logos.com/Free_Logos_Books). This is not necessary as it is possible to download the Libronix DLS basic software without using a credit card. Also looking at an example of another company, Thomas
    Posted to Logos.com by Michael B on Fri, Mar 4 2011
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