Handyman Club Of Americafailure to provide services

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I signed up as a lifetime member many years ago. For several years I received their magazines and requests to purchase their books. Since I have not ordered their books for several years now, they have stopped even sending me the agreed upon magazines. I guess it is time for all current and former lifetime members to get a class action suit against this company for failure to render agreed upon services. My Lifetime membership number is [protected]. I have tried several times to contact this company, but each time I receive either a busy signal or a this number is no longer in service. I have tried to send emails requesting information from this company, but have not heard anything from them. This process has been going on for over a year now, and I would like an answer from the parent company as to whether they are going to honor the agreement that was entered into upon signing up as a lifetime member, or do we need to get attorneys involved. If you are a member or former member of Handy Man Clubs of America, and might be interested in pursuing this matter further, please respond via this site.

Nov 16, 2015
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  • Be
      Dec 30, 2015

    I totally agree. I am also a Lifetime member and the primary reason was to receive the magazine. I didn't pay a couple hundred dollars for access to their website. We can all get any of that info for free. We would need to find a lawyer who would take the case based on a winning outcome or we would just be throwing good money after bad. Very disappointing. Beth in TN

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  • Gr
      May 10, 2016

    Strange, my life membership # [protected], ;that I am going through the same situation.

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