I did not order parents magazine I am 62 years old and my children are grown.
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Mary denniston. jul21
3000 park ave
Aliquippa pa [protected]. p2568.281.225
Please discontinue this magazine, I did not order it and I do not know where it is coming from.
I let my subscription end and then after a few months, lo and behold another subscription has apparently...
For the past several months I've been receiving Parents Magazine in my mailbox and I never subscribed to it!...
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I was charged $27 by Parents magazine after I signed up for promotion of $6 for 3 years. I emailed them but they won't respond to me emails. Thanks
Page 29 of their January issue cites a vague research finding that is not backed up by any specifics. I find that appalling especially since the article states that the research supports same sex parenting as more beneficial to children than being raised by a mom and a dad. What is the point of an article without evidence to support its claims. It supports a bias and I am appalled.
I don't want this magazine. I have adult children 24 and 2 Stop sending me this free subscription I...
They subscribed me to parents and is sending me a bill for $12.00 and I do not have or never had any children.
I was under the impression that I was getting a free subscription to Parents Magazine through an online source. I was shocked that I was being billed (I never gave any credit card info) for a subscription. I called Meredith Corp and was told to "call back in a few days" to cancel because the rep "couldn't see" my order yet. How is that possible when I am staring at it and it has an order number and it's on my email? This is fraud at best and misleading practice at the very least.