I have read all of the other comments posted here and couldn't agree more. I have been getting notices from them for years, and have told my wife to ignore them, as do I. My wife subscribes to Soaps in Depth magazine, and whenever I pay this one, I submit it directly to the magazine. It's interesting to see the other kinds of magazines they are getting people's names from. I had the intention of complaining to the PA Attorney General on this, but never seem to get the time. I came across one of their phony bills and decided to do a web search on them.
Here's the trickery they try with me. They send an authentic looking invoice with the magazine name on it. They always show that I have made a partial payment (which I have not) just to try to entice me to think this is bona fide. They keep fishing, but I'm not biting, and from what I read hear, I'm glad I haven't! What a fraud! They should find the people responsible and lock them away for a while.
By the way, I think this scam is closely related to phone calls I used to get about "subscriptions" and they were phishing for information. When they asked me for my SSN though, I got defensive. When I pressed them for what subscriptions they were calling about, they answered with a vague "you know, the ones you receive at your door". I got one call from New Mexico, then months later from Georgia like this. I feel sorry for all of their unsuspecting victims, especially the elderly who may think this is legitimate.
What a bunch of crooks! If you have sent them any money, I wouldn't wait. Contact your attorney general now!