O Magazine, Hearst Corporation and Hearst Magazines

A class action lawsuit has been filed against the magazines and publisher for allegedly employing a scam to trick, deceive and scare subscribers into paying money they do not owe. The suit claims O Magazine and Hearst Magazine subscribers often receive letters informing them their subscription payments are past due and threaten that unpaid accounts will affect credit standings. The class action claims the letters and invoices were part of a nationwide scheme to deceive subscribers into paying money for subscriptions which subscribers have already paid for in full.

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i signed up for multiple free sweepstakes not even affiliated with hearts magazines and then a few weeks later i start getting all kinds of different magazines i did not order or want...i emailed hearts several times and told them to stop sending me magazines i did not order or want ..they wont stop sending me and now have billed me hundreds of dollars..i never subscribed to please

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I received the same invoice for multiple magazines I subscribed to through Hearst.

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I continue to receive these fraudulent invoices from the O Magazine, and have even paid twice. Please send me information regarding joining this class action.

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