The Basics: How to Cancel Your Subscription to The Newsweek Magazine
Newsweek Magazine was launched in the United States in 1933 and competed successfully against Time Magazine until its financial difficulties and liabilities forced them to sell to the Washington Post in 2010 for a price of one dollar and an assumption of the liabilities. Subsequently, the company merged with The Daily Beast and eventually ceased print publication December of 2012. Print publication was reinstated in 2014 and It is now available in digital format as well.
- Find a recent copy of your magazine and save the label. The label should have your account number on it which you’ll need to cancel your subscription.
- It is helpful to first read through Newsweek’s Returns Policy which explains the cancellation process.
- Cancel online by visiting newsweek.com and signing into your account with your username and password.
- Proceed to the “Customer Service” tab and select “Questions or Comments” from the drop-down menu.
- Complete the form with the required information including your account number and billing address.
- Be sure to request that a representative follow up with you by phone to confirm the cancellation. Ask for an emailed confirmation as well.
- To cancel by email or for additional support, email email@example.com.
Pro Tip: √ When you cancel your subscription to Newsweek, it will only cancel future charges in your subscription and only becomes effective on the billing cycle following the date of cancellation. Keep in mind that when you cancel your print subscription, your digital subscription will be canceled as well.
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