Chances are if you are reading this you are one of the 10’s of thousands of dissatisfied customers of Worldwide Preferred Publishers Service.
They probably called you up on the phone promising 5 or more magazines for $40 and a Diamond Watch. It sounded too good to be true…and it was.
As soon as I find out more information about the lawsuit I will let you all know.
So you think you’ve been ripped off by Worldwide Preferred Publishers Service?
My friend got a call from this magazine company from Redondo Beach California, and they told him he had won a drawing and would get 4 magazines for a year for a subscription payment of $49.90
He received a magazine and returned it because he changed his mind. He then called the company and they told him he owed $800+ dollars.
We now know that if you are having problems trying to cancel this transaction with worldwide publishers then you are not alone. When this article was first written no one had ever heard of worldwide publishers but now we are getting at least one a day telling me about what they did to people.
If you feel you have been duped by Worldwide Preffered Publishers Service then by all means make a complaint to the government at link below. Don’t let them get away with it!
Report this to the Federal Trade Commision by filling out a form at the below website.
Here’s the contact info i for Worldwide Publishers in Redondo Beach California you need it.
Phone: 310-318-5822P.S. We do not make any claims as to the legitimacy of this complaint. We are only publishing what we have heard. The blog is not intended to defame Worldwide Publishers Service. The author has not validated the Legitimacy of any complaint made against Worldwide Publishers.