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The New Yorker reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Mar 28, 2008. The latest review calling to renew new yorker sounded like a scam was posted on Dec 11, 2019. The latest complaint The New Yorker has a &Credit Department&? was resolved on Mar 28, 2008. The New Yorker has an average consumer rating of 2 stars from 4 reviews. The New Yorker has resolved 1 complaints.

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The New Yorkercalling to renew new yorker sounded like a scam

I don't know who these people are. My very deaf husband got a call from them and I heard the tale end of the conversation where they were saying they were renewing the New Yorker for two years and someone would call back. I am frightened he said "fine." This company is in Texas. They called back and I didn't pick up. I order my subscription directly from you so have no idea who these people are but I suspect they are bad news. Do you know anything about them? Our subscription is Dr. J S Cohen in 18062. Is there a problem. Thanks, Bonnie Cohen

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    The New Yorkerthe subscription i've paid but haven't received

    Friday I subscribed to TNY and I got an e-mail saying I was gonna get my subscriber info "shortly". Well, let's just say it's been 5 days and still nothing of the sorts. They've answered me on Sunday saying that I needed to provide more info about myself but they never replied again.

    I'm so regretful I just want my money back at this point. What should I do?

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      The New Yorkermagazine subscription

      I have payed 3 months of the new yorker magazine subscription, but the website continues to block my access to its containt.
      I have reported the problem on website's help e-mail address. They asked me to try again. I did and still can not access the magazine's articles.
      I again asked them to fix the situation, but nothing has been done. I am paying for it, but not being able to use, and they are truly ignoring my problem.
      I am regreting having subscribed it... And may I say it, it was not cheap.

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        The New Yorker — The New Yorker has a &Credit Department&?

        In late 2007 I decided to let my subscription expire - or so I thought. Then, over the past couple month...

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