Readers Digest / unwanted book club subscription

US Review updated:

The same complaint as everyone who accidentally entered the Sweepstakes without noticing that they entered me in the book club. Then kept billing me $30.52 after I had immediately cancelled and been notified that I could ignore any bill. Thanks for providing the customer service phone number, because once you locate the number and speak to someone they are very courteous and will cancel your subscription if you politely insist. The problem is, I had to call them three times to do this, and they keep that number hidden.

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  • Th
      Nov 16, 2012

    Good. Now you want to avoid potential future problems like a Junk Debt Collector buying that phantom debt and hustling you for it in 2, 4, 5 years from now. So make sure you send in a CMRRR letter instructing to ensure cancellation is effected as per your phone of xx date with xx CSR no xx. That you had no interest in their book club except for lottery only and therefore your membership was void without your informed consent. Keep the letter and the receipt for life.

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