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Last year about October I received a offer in the mail from Nutrition Action Healthletter, Center for Science in the Public. They offered a year (12 months of newsletters) for $10.00. I guess I should have suspected that it was too good to be true, but I sent them my check. Now it is 2007 and I have yet to receive a newsletter. I contacted the company customer service and asked about the issues of the newsletter that I have not received but instead of sending me any issues they sent me a special subscription offer for another year. I hope you can look into this since I fear that others may get caught by this company’s scams. Let me know if you get anywhere. Thanks.

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  • Ms
    Ms Omalley Feb 01, 2021
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    Verified customer

    Terrible newsletter. I have canceled my subscription. The Dr that writes on the first page is a joke. His letters are political which just do not belong in the newsletter, no matter what side you are on.
    I have found so many incorrect nutrition articles especially about Gluten. There’s nothing in the newsletter you can’t find yourself on line. Waist of money.

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  • Jo
    john lundgren Jan 08, 2020
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    Verified customer

    The billing policy of Nutrition Action Newsletter is fraudulent, corrupt, and dishonest. For severlal years I paid for my subscription multiple times after getting billed. Finally, I realized that they were billing me just a month or so after I sent them a check. They still do this even after I complained.

    I paid my year's subscription on December 2. It is now January 8 and I have received two more request for payment. Like most seniors, I trusted this company in the past and dutifully paid whenever they sent me the bill. They either have [censored]s in the billing department, or more likely, this is their modus operandi. It's totally fraudulent. Great publication run by crooks.

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