Rewind·Posted on Feb 18, 2013Remember When You Got Suckered Into Joining Columbia House?You just wanted 10 CDs for the price of one.by Louis PeitzmanBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink It seemed too good to be true. Via billfelty.blogspot.com No one could beat those prices. Via smokingsection.uproxx.com How could you lose? Via my-retrospace.blogspot.com Here's the thing: You didn't read the fine print. Those "penny" CDs charged a lot for shipping. Like, an obscene amount. Via shutterstock.com And you HAD to keep buying. Via Flickr: cadelagarza You bought the "Godzilla" soundtrack, and it wasn't enough. You bought the Harvey Danger album, and it still wasn't enough. You bought the Marcy Playground album, and damn it, Columbia House demanded that you buy more. Whether or not you bought Natalie Imbruglia, they were going to keep charging you. Your allowance wasn't cutting it. This was costing way more than you'd ever imagined. Via shutterstock.com You were in over your head. Via shutterstock.com That's when you went to your parents. There was a lot of screaming. And tears. And a loan you never paid back. But you learned from your mistakes. You bought your next CD at the store. Via shutterstock.com And you vowed to help others learn from your mistake. I know how tempting this looks, but be cautious. Via alchemyofdesign.net ALWAYS read the fine print. Via blog.cdrom2go.com Consider yourself warned.