- How do I unsubscribe from Chris D’s newsletters?
- How often will I receive newsletters?
- What will I learn from the newsletters that is not already on the site?
- How will my personal information be used?
- Who will I be receiving the newsletters from?
- Are the newsletters really free? Why?
- How do I contact you?
How do I unsubscribe from Chris D’s newsletters?
We think you’ll be amazed by all the helpful insights you’ll learn from Chris D’s newsletters. But you can easily stop receiving them at any time. You will be taken to a page where you can enter your email address in the space provided. Once you do, you will no longer receive Chris D’s advice in your inbox.
(You can also unsubscribe or cancel, at anytime, by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any newsletter you’ve already received.)
How often will I receive newsletters?
You’ll receive at least a couple of newsletters per week, so you can count on getting advice from Chris D. often. Be sure to add Chris Diamond to your “safe senders” or “contacts” list. That way, you’ll be sure to receive his messages in your inbox instead of them accidentally winding up in your spam folder.
What will I learn from the newsletters that is not already on the blog?
Plenty! The articles on Chris D’s site only give you a sneak peak of what you’ll learn about time management through his newsletters. Chris D. really has the freedom giving you in-depth insights and advice in every single one.
How will my personal information be used?
Just like you, Chris D. is not a fan of spam. We only use the information you give us to send you your newsletters, and they’ll only come from David D. We will not sell or distribute your information to any third party, so there’s no need to worry you’ll be getting anything other than his newsletters. And of course, you can unsubscribe from those at any time by clicking here.
Who will I be receiving the newsletters from?
Chris D. sends out all his newsletters himself, so look out for firstname.lastname@example.org in your inbox.
Are the newsletters really free? Why?
Absolutely. That’s because Chris D. thinks that to believe it, you have to read it. He knows that once you read his advice and discover how valuable it is, you’ll want to learn even more through his programs. But rest assured you are never obligated to buy anything at all. You can continue to only receive the newsletters – no catch, no strings, no bills, no credit cards.