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.
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
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.
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.
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