These guys are snakes with many other reports of fraud on the Internet.
In this particular case, it was for the Kiplinger letter, and the subscription cost was nearly 0 per year.
I find it particularly galling that these "offers" are targeted at young people who are unfamiliar with the old "bait and switch", and that it so easy for them to get trapped in this scam without their parents' awareness.
The number 1-877-210-0582 is still in service, and I kept pressing 0 until I a rep answered. My mother bought some clothes through Old Pueblo, and must have been offered some free magazines.
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2 years after I cancelled subscription to Inc Magazine, I was billed .00 for the annual subscription.
I called Cosmopolitan's customer service to cancel and request a refund and I was given the name of this company, New Sub Services.
Turns out I had somehow managed to subscribe to yet another magazine, which corporate was able to cancel.I have just been through this - what an unethical company!My daughter made a purchase at Delia's and was offered a few "free" issues of Seventeen and Cosmopolitan (first, why is a young teenager offered Cosmo??? After the magazines continued to arrive, I saw two separate charges of and automatically debited to her checking account.If you call one of the 800 or 888 numbers, you have to sit through a series of voice prompts - just ignore them and keep pressing 0.Eventually you will be connected to a live operator (albeit a rude one).
Turns out I had somehow managed to subscribe to yet another magazine, which corporate was able to cancel.
I have just been through this - what an unethical company!
My daughter made a purchase at Delia's and was offered a few "free" issues of Seventeen and Cosmopolitan (first, why is a young teenager offered Cosmo??? After the magazines continued to arrive, I saw two separate charges of and automatically debited to her checking account.
If you call one of the 800 or 888 numbers, you have to sit through a series of voice prompts - just ignore them and keep pressing 0.
Eventually you will be connected to a live operator (albeit a rude one).
It is an even better idea to remember to cancel on or before your free trial period ends.