An Important Notice to Our Readers

Dear Readers:

We want to warn you about an active mailing scam involving renewal requests from an organization claiming to be America but these renewal notices were not sent by us or any organization associated with America.

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America does not authorize any third party organization to solicit or accept subscriptions or payments on America's behalf. Please disregard any notice coming from an organization other than America and with a different address from the two addresses listed below.

If at any time you have any concerns or questions, we encourage you to call our customer service department, toll free, at (800) 627-9533. Please note that all notices coming from America will include your unique account number located above your name on the shipping label of your issue.

Nothing matters more to us than your trust. We are doing everything in our power to stop this fraudulent activity as we work with state and federal authorities. Always protect yourself and never disclose any bank account or credit card information to these companies fraudulently claiming to represent America.

Sincerely,

Matt Malone, S.J.

President and Editor and Chief

Headquarters

America Media
106 West 56th Street
New York, NY 10019
212-581-4640

Customer Service

America 
P.O. Box 239159
Kettering, OH 45429

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KATHRYN LAMONT
4 years ago
Thank you. I just received such a billing in the mail and was very puzzled. Have you published this warning on social media places (FB,Twitter,etc.?)
Michael Gent
4 years ago
I, too, received an invoice in the mail from "Readers Payment Service." I realized it was a scam, and was going to notify you. Obviously, someone beat me to the punch. I'm glad you are aggressively pursuing this. How do you think they got your subscription list?
Wayne Howard
3 years 9 months ago
I received the same today but it was from Magazine Payment Services looking to charge $94.95 in two payments for 1 yr/39 issues.I was about to contact you but see you're already on top of it. I also received numerous calls from a 770 exchange which I think are the same people based upon a Google search of the same company name. I did not answer it. Thanks for terrific customer service and a very fine magazine. Best, Wayne
Anthony Power
3 years 3 months ago
This scam continues. I just received the described "bill" seeking $94.95 with an installment of $47.48.
FRANK ECKART REV
3 years 2 months ago
Someone must have hacked into your computers so they got your subscription list. Do you know what else they gained?

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