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Redbook is an American women's magazine. It was published by the Hearst Corporation. Jill herzig is the Editor of this magazine. The total circulation of this magazine is 2,211,659. The magazine's first date of issue is 1903. It is hearts magazines owned magazine company. This magazine available in English language. It is the largest illustrated imagination, magazine in the world. Redbook received the Benjamin Franklin Award for Public Service in 1954. The magazine provides stories that based on love, crime, mystery, politics, animals, adventure and history. It is the Very famed magazine in United States of America. The magazine contours fruitful ladies to furnish motivational confirmations and exhortation on life.

Specifications of Redbook USA

Redbook USA is reckoned as the leading American Women's magazine and it is the highlighting all the issues related the women's and their concern. The Redbook USA is the largest women magazine in United States and it is being published by the Hearst Corporation. Redbook USA was first issued in the year 1903. Redbook USA is the monthly magazine and the owner of this magazine is Hearst Magazines and it is being published in the English language. Redbook USA is primarily dealing with the women's life style, fashion and beauty. The Redbook USA magazine is thoroughly followed by the customers due to incredible services by providing the sophisticated and authentic information to the women in regarding their future assignments. Redbook USA also offers the peculiar services that are related with love, politics, crime, mystery, adventures and history.

Contact Details of Redbook USA

Mailing Address of Redbook USA
Address: 300 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019-5899
Editorial Sections: (212) 649-3463
Publishing Section: (212) 649-3330

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Redbook USA User Queries

Customer care female
Debbie PendrayJun 29, 2015

Was called about a sweepstakes. Told them I Do Not Want Any More Magazines. Redbook, or any thing else period. So the next week it's in the mail. Stop it now. Don't send a bill. I will cancel all my subscriptions next PERIOD .

Customer care male
Debra ZabalzaJun 22, 2015

Cancel this magazine i never subscribed and it continues to come to my house. i do not want it so make it stop now.

Customer care female
Renee DrewMay 31, 2015

I have a problem. I renewed my subscription to Redbook for two years on October six, 2014. That subscription was to start March 2015, upon the completion of my previous subscription, and was a 13 month renewal. That means that it will not end until March 2016 Why am I receiving renewal notices stating that my subscription will end 6/23/2015. Please check your records and communicate with me as soon as possible.

Customer care female
Lynn TraficantiFeb 22, 2015

I started receiving a Redbook magazine issue just recently. My account (1440567970) states payment date was 12/19/2014. I am completely baffled - i never ordered the magazine, let alone paid for it. Who ordered this magazine, how was it paid for and how did they get my address? Should i be concerned about identity theft? I have no other explanation as to how Redbook could initiate an account for me and start sending me magazines with an expiration date of 12/2015. If i can not get a satisfactory answer, i will file a formal complaint with a consumer group. Thank you.

Customer care female
Edna ZechmanFeb 09, 2015

29th of December 2014, I issued a check for Rebook. Yesterday, 7th of February 2015, I received the December/January issue and the February issue Why get a late issue? Why get Christmas material when it is Valentine's time? According to my address label I am paid to November 2015. I never wrote the check till DecemberRBK1324567930/0

Customer care female
Judy BalgorskyNov 24, 2014

I did not want to renew this subscription. I do not like this mag. AND throw it away as soon as i get it. Please take me off of the auto renewal list as next year. I will not pay it.

Customer care female
Mrs. Gary N EricksonNov 22, 2014

Today, I received a bill in the mail for your magazine. I did not order or do not want your magazine. Please rectify this mistake in a timely matter. Thank you.

Customer care female
Nancy BeaneSep 01, 2013

I just paid my bill by calling the 800 no, but I am not happy. I tried to pay online this summer. I was paying both for Good Housekeeping and Redbook. The Good Housekeeping payment went through immediately, but Redbook would not. I sent an email complaining, and all I got back was some email saying my issue was being looked into. I never heard from anyone again. I do not have time to make multiple attempts to pay a bill. I looked in the Redbook magazine at the time for a phone number, but, of course, there was not one. It said to go online. How frustrating since I had already done that to no avail! When I received the bill today, I went back to the magazine, forgetting that no toll free number is there. I called the Atlanta office listed in the mag, but a message said to call the toll free number listed in the magazine. Puleeeze I found the number online and paid the bill. It won't let me write more. You need to do better! Nancy