- Report: #1048539
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Complaint Review: Forbes Magazine
Forbes Magazine Free issue offer is a scam Internet
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: FORBES: 'Get Free' issue scheme mutates into an online moster
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Do not be tricked by Forbes' "free issue" offer on their website. It is a deceptive scam. When clicking the offer, two options are presented : 1) Subscribe now and receive a special rate, the or 2) Just send me a free issue. I chose option 2. I never got the free issue and am now receiving bills for something I never ordered. I am supposedly past due on the payment, but never agreed to a purchase of any kind. Total scam. Beware.
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