I'd just like to make the buyer beware of the schemes that this company pulls using today's technology to sucker unaware consumers out of their hard earned money. You like me probably have forgotten how you got involved with this company. But no matter how, you deserve to be protected from schemers. When you attempt to cancel your subscription, review an order, change your address, or dispute a charge on your account you encounter an automatic computerized customer service flunkie.
In order to enlist the services of a human being verses a hardware being you have to use either of two tactics. One is ignore the prompt and two is holler at the top of your voice in a crescendo NO!! NO!! NO!! throughout the solicitation for more magazines that go up into the hundreds of dollars-extremely overpriced thus leaving the consumer with exhortation charges on their credit cards for products that are not needed.
I strongly suggest that anyone that orders a large amount of magazines per month either go to the local library and suspend all subscriptions, buy a kindle and order the digital versions, or join an affiliate program that offers magazines as one of their products so that you can get your magazines for free by making sales to other consumers thus building a substantial stream of income by doing so. For the latter suggestion please contact me. The website offered to handled address changes is bogus.
I in no way am trying to slander this company.