Can companies actually send you unsolicited "samples" and then charge you if you do not return it to them? I'm definitely not letting the disc get anywhere near my computer.
I'm not familiar with US laws.I hope someone can answer your question.
Several years ago I ordered 5 music CDs and mailed them a cheque on purpose.I never ordered from that company before and didn't want to use my CC,after DS had trouble with another company when he used his CC.Every 3 weeks they kept sending me music CDs automatically.I never ordered them,signed up for a membership,or something similar.I returned all the CDs unopened,yet I received invoices for them and was threatened with a collection agency.
Every e-mail I sent them was an automatic computer reply,not human.It took me over 4 months and money for registered letters and CD packages to get the mess straightened out.They said they never received the unopened CDs I returned.So,I felt I was forced to pay money to return the CDs by registered mail to have proof that I mailed them.
After I wrote to them,I was told I can throw out anything I find in my mailbox I didn't order,or sign up for,they canceled my account and the balance on the last invoice finally showed amount due 0.00 dollars.But,I was out of money I paid for postage. !