The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved US Periodicals Inc. — Fraud and cheating
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
US Periodicals contacted my elderly Mother, and convinced her that they could get her a great deal on a magazine subscription. She agreed and gave them her credit card info, and was charged $119.60.
A few weeks later, she received a card in the mail that her subscription was about to expire. A call to the magazine showed that no renewal had been sent to them, and they did not deal with a company named US Periodicals.
US Periodicals was called, and vicious woman named 'Sam'. She said that the magazine wouldn't know them, and that they worked through a company called National Publishers Exchange. This woman lied about talking with me days before, told me she didn't have a number for the National Publishers Exchange she worked through, and would not give any other company info. She would not give any information out about how to contact this company. An internet search revealed several National Publishers Exchange's, none who were contacted have heard of US periodicals.
Repeated calls to US Periodicals proved likewise fruitless.