Today I got a very official letter from European City Guide with my details printed onto a carbon copy sheet. It said in the letter that it was producing a CD rom and wanted me to check my information to see if it was correct. At the bottom of the page it said Order form and that it was euro 997 for inclusion. It then stated an address for complaints in Valencia. Now firstly, I wouldn't want my information on a cd rom for European City Guide, and secondly it just reeked of scam. On the page of the carbon paper it had a long list of Terms and conditions in very faint writing, but the address for the Client Defence Service was in bold. I personally feel sick of being targetted by a scam. As soon as I could get home I logged on and googled it, yes its a huge scam. If you sign the form and return it you will liable not just for euro 997 but that times 3 as they then state that it was for a 3 year period. How do they catch people? It seems to be an invite to take part in the cd rom and asks you to add any extra information like telephone number, then asking for any corrections. Be warned. Has anyone else come across this?