Is anyone finding AARP envelope with membership in it? I received two of my orders and when I opened them both, there were AARP membership what is hsn doing with AARP? This should never be!.how does hsn know who AARP attends for these to be for? Who’s orders AARP wants them to go into? This is scary. HSN has no business partnering with AARP. anyone finding these in there orders? Please respond thanks.
Doesn’t everyone get bombarded with AARP advertising as soon as they turn 50? I don’t think young people need to worry about their parents and grandparents not knowing about AARP. If it’s of no interest to you, just throw it in with your recyclables.
‘Scary’, really? *lol* It’s just advertising. I get them, and I also get product advertising, Geico Insurance advertising, and blah, blah, blah. As for ‘targeted’ age groups, I doubt it. Young people who order have parents and grand-parents too who may be interested in an AARP membership wherein such advertising can be passed on to them. In any case, it is really worth being ‘scared’ and getting all tied-up in a knot over it? I don’t think so. *lol*
This is just a mass mailing by AARP to try and drum up business for themselves. AARP has no idea whose order they need to be placed with—they just mail them to anyone no matter what their age might be. I worked for AARP Ins Co for 22 years before retiring and there is nothing sinister going on here. You don’t want the info, toss it–as simple as that. They’re just hoping they might get a few new members this way or maybe a customer might be interested to purchase for their parents.
Posted in Talk Among Yourselves
07.08.17 9:31 PM