- Report: #1119920
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Complaint Review: National Magazine Exchange
National Magazine ExchangeClearwater, Florida USA
National Magazine Exchange NME What a bunch of crooks! Clearwater Florida
*UPDATE Employee: We are told to pitch anything with a mouth!
*Consumer Comment: So wait...
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Somehow NME roped in my wife, 80 years old and suffering dementia. When I saw the charges on our credit card statement I called to see what it was for. They said she had sucscribed to a list of magazines and this was a recurring charge. and we would get i9nformation by mail. When we received the list we called them on speaker phone. The list was extensive and included magazines an 80 year old infirmed (white) woman who neither cooks, sews, cleans, or gardens; would have no use for.
One of the titles was Seventeen, another was Ebony, another was a gourmet cooking mag. ect. After a long and heated conversation they asked why we hadn't specified our prefference for the "his and hers" watches. I told them we didn'y need or want their watches, we wanted to cancel all subscriptions and get a refund. They agreed to cancel most of the subscriptions and make two refunds one for $33. something and another for $64.something. We got the $33. one, but not the other.
I went to the mailbox today and returned with yet another issue of Seventeen. To say they are un scrupulous is putting it mildly.
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