I’m assuming here your question is related to one of the National Readers Service telemarketing companies that are notorious for refusing to allow cancellations even during the implied cancellation period for their essentially cover-price, pre-paid, multi-year, multi-magazine subscriptions?? If not, this answer certainly won’t be helpful at all (lol).
I had to deal with National Readers Service (Pittsburgh, PA) on my daughter’s behalf in August and was able to successfully close her account and even get a refund.
If you feel that any business’ practices are deceptive or fraudulent some options for reporting them include the following:
• Your bank or credit card company
• Federal Trade Commission
• Attorneys General in both your home state and the business’ state of operations
• National Consumers League
• Better Business Bureau
While the FTC and Attorneys General do not intervene on the behalf of individual consumers, multiple consumer complaints can show a pattern of fraudulent business practice, trigger official investigations, and make this type of business more difficult to continue.
Additionally magazine subscription agents can be reported to the:
• Magazine Publishers of America
Personally, I found my state consumer affairs division’s advice to be invaluable. Both my state consumer affairs office and the Better Business Bureau were willing to arbitrate with this company if needed. Additionally, you can always contact a consumer law advocate.
Specific suggestions for contacting and dealing with a magazine subscription scam company, links with helpful resource information and for finding your local consumer protection office, as well as, convenient complaint submission links to all of these agencies / organizations above can be found on my blog referenced below.
Hope this was what you were actually asking for. Best of luck to you! D/