“My policy is simply to treat my customers the way I wish to be treated.”
—This is True Founder Randy Cassingham
First Things First: Your Privacy
We not only will not provide your e-mail address to any advertiser, we actually work rather hard to keep it secret. Your address will not be provided to anyone who is not an employee of This is True unless we have your permission or are required to do so by law.
We further protect your privacy and email security in general by requiring that new subscribers “confirm” or “verify” their subscription request. This prevents people from harassing others by subscribing them to something they may not want. When you subscribe, we send a message asking you to confirm your subscription. You must click the link in this message before your subscription will be activated. Of course, you may always cancel (or “unsubscribe”) at any time: there is a link at the bottom of every issue to make it easy.
In addition, since our company’s formation in 1983, it has also been our policy to never sell customer postal addresses, either. So if you buy anything from us, the information you provide us to deliver them is also kept confidential. We miss out on profit opportunities by not selling our customer addresses, but that’s how we want to be treated by the companies we do business with, so that’s how we treat our customers. Simple, eh?
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Underage Subscribers: Randy’s Random is designed for adults and well-educated, older teens. Kids under 13 will not likely get the humor or irony, and we do not knowingly accept subscriptions for pre-teens. Any pre-teens discovered on our distribution will be deleted.
We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of specific interest to you.
If you don’t want to have this DART cookie on your computer, you can opt out. We feel you’ll be making a mistake by doing that, as you’ll then see ads for random goods or services that won’t be of much use to you.
Order Entry Security: ThisIsTrue.inc uses industry-standard SSL security on all our online order forms. Orders will show on your credit card statement or Paypal history as “This is True” (or “THISISTRUE.COM”).
Refund Policy: All actual products (such as printed materials) have a 30-day return policy if defective. If you find a problem with a product, explain the problem via the Contact Form on Randy’s main site.
Note Regarding Online Credit Card Security: All credit card data entered by customers, including account numbers, are processed immediately and are not kept on file by us for any length of time. We cannot “look up your number” to process a renewal for you even if you give us permission. We are quite serious about the security of your data, and use the best methods available to us. We simply use what we expect from the online merchants we buy things from.
You should assume that any links on this site, or in our e-mails, is to a site that has an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection to the providers of goods and services mentioned, and the owners of this site may be compensated when you purchase from such a provider. You should always perform due diligence before buying goods or services from anyone — via the Internet or offline.