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Reader's Digest / Deceptive business practices!

1 San Diego, CA, United States Review updated:

I stopped a gift subscription this Christmas due to low funds. Reader's Digest sent a gift card anyway and then billed me for it. Now I have to tell my daughter that she will not receive the gift! I never ordered a book subscription. I received a book in the mail today and now have to cancel. Their enclosed card says "You can cancel any time by writing us a note." and fails to give an address. I am so annoyed by this.

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  5th of May, 2009
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I received an urgent notice from Readers Publication Services to pay a supposedly unpaid bill for a TV guide I paid in full 5 years ago. The lady on the phone was rude. The letter said it would go to collections if I didn't pay $46. I know I don't owe anything on this and keep getting renewal slips which I do not renew. They need to be shut down.

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