Complaint / review text:
I was soliciated at my door by a young man who was selling magazines. Of course, the pitch was I can win a trip, and help pay for college. Having college students myself and still a young one at home, I agreed to look at the magazines.
After much convincing on his part, I bought two subscriptions, one was a Chrisitan magazine and the other was for my business.
Months later, I realized that I have never received one magazine... So I took down the subscription receipt that I had posted on my cork board, and tried to find a phone number. There was no phone number on my receipt... So I go to the internet and look up this "Agency" and the first thing to pop up was this report about how they are a ripoff.
I am a single parent who struggles to make ends meet. I felt for this young man, as he was struggling to attend college... So I bought into it.
Sunshine Subscriptions Agency, who hides behind the name of "NFSA" which implies that it is legit... How deciteful.
I have placed a call with the phone numbers given here... And now I wait to see if I can get back the $34.95 that I paid for trying to be a nice person. See what I got?
Still, I hope the young man goes through with all his college dreams. Beware of any door salesmen... Young or old... Who sells magazines.
Rochester, New Hampshire