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Last Updated On: July 26, 2016

Publishers Payment Processing Contact Information

Business Name: United Publishers Network
Corporate Address:
1750 Delta Waters Rd #102 PMB 204
Medford, Oregon 97504 USA

Publishers Payment Processing Customer Service

Publishers Payment Processing Phone Number: 707-266-6673
Corp Email: customerservice@publisherspayment.com
Company Contact: Laura Lovrien - President
Corp Website: publisherspayment.com

Publishers Payment Processing Ratings

Average Rating: 1.00 out of 5
Based On: 25 Reviews
Number Of Comments: 29

Publishers Payment Processing Reports

Reported Losses: $896.65
Average Reported Losses: $35.87

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Screw Global Publication Processing

Who the hell is Global Publication Processing, Inc?

Out of the blue, GPP began sending random magazine invoices to me. Before these unsolicited invoices: I had never heard of GPP; had not subscribed to these magazines; and, had not inquired about these magazines.

There is a non-working phone number on the front of the invoice.

How do I get them to stop harassing me?

Global Publication Process Inc – PO Box 30588 Bellingham WA 98228 | 360-778-3856

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Consumer Comments For Publishers Payment Processing

  • Americalost4ever

    Being disabled these people are a real pain and total rip-off. How the hell do they stay in business, especially since they promote fraud by mail and have tricked countless senior citizens into paying a fraudulent billing for a mag they may or may not get. Their envelope says “Official Business, Penalty for private use and time sensitive making it appear it’s something really very important instead of the fraud scam they really are. So we waste time and energy opening the d**n things only to see more scams that are not welcome at all especially if we may be going through a ton of paper-work and correspondence from real agencies and, or, from the government, medical fields we are swamped with and having to sort out. When movement creates pain this IS a real pain and totally uncalled for.

    Somehow they can get info from Publisher’s Clearing House about our magazine subscriptions and sent payments to these scum instead and left paying to PCH again.

    So where the hell is the Better Business Bureau or the stinking feds over this mail fraud and scamming that seems to be legal and avoided at all cost by our so-called leaders who don’t care? Then again Indiana being a totally corrupt state and seems to support and ignore business practices like this there is no-one to complain to about this issue and others. It’s like the no-call list that are a sham and the state will do nothing to stop it but lip service and media propaganda about caring, which they don’t care.

    Between this and magazines constantly sending special rates info to subscribe early is a rip and pain and never ending. And even the legal mags don’t have our dates on them for when the subscriptions end to make us aware of it. Like we don’t have enough to keep track of today. They would rather have us be paid up till death and beyond. So I will have to cease all mag subs just to get rid of all the scamming greedy marketing going on today. Sad when we in America today can’t even get magazines minus having to talk to foreigners about a subscription or deal with total rip-offs who seemingly are protected by our corrupt government down to the BBB and local Business associations who seem fine with all this scamming and form of marketing. Or those who refuse phone calls or mail. Pitiful.

  • Nancy Anderson

    They sent me a “valuable opportunity” to extend my subscription for Yankee Magazine – 6 copies for 1 year – Price 38.25. Offer good until 5/5/2016. Yankee only costs me 16,00 a year through the real “Yankee” in New Hampshire. Magazine.com, the same. So I called 866 221-3635 and said they sent me a bogus offer. Far more expensive than the actual magazine. The woman answered me totally cool, that they work for many companies. I said, no, this is a scam. She said I could take me account number off their list. Which I did. Then I called Washington DC Consumer Response Center and filed a report. —–Unfortunately, this scam company will keep changing their telephone numbers on the invoices each month and their address is just a PO Box, so I don’t know how the authorities will find them. I later looked for “yankee” on their site – for purchase. No such name available. LOL I thought about calling and trying to order it through them and see what kind of answer I would get. I called the NH Yankee office and they said they are aware of the scam, but my name was not given to them. Very sad, as the woman quoted on the PPC website “home” page lost a lot of money with her subscriptio

  • Valerie Lovingood

    I have no recollection of ordering a magazine from publishers. I have a bill from them with a due date of May 11, 2015. I have not received the magazine Country Gardens. They want me to send a payment of $29.98 or total amount $59.95. Honestly I never pay that much money for any magazine. Make the check payable to CBM in White City, Oregon. Credit card payment to http://www.publisherspayment.com. This is a total scam. I have called their phone number 707-266-6673 only to be disconnected. There is no one available.
    No way will I send any money to this group of scammers.

  • Carol

    My daughter signed up accidently when she was in FYE. She was young and did not know but we keep getting a bill for this and I looked it up online and saw if was a scam and now we do not know how to stop the billing–we will not pay the bill because we have tried to cancel and when you go online there is not customer service to notify or speak to. Frustrated

  • JE

    I must return items that I could not use and have been overcharged by the company of the items when I thought i WAS PAYING THE COMPLETE TOTAL TO PCH . I am at the reach of being foreclosed and I will not be here to accept the awards for all my playing games. Nutra and Kollagen and others have caused my account with BofA for 61 years at a closeout for banking. This is the most embarrasing thing in my life with money. I worked to Protect this country under DHS andI signed my name on Multi-millions of dollars and now I can hardly eat and stay in my home. I cannot buy any other items from PCH.
    RETURN TO SENDER IS being accepted by UPS.

  • DonInPLB

    I initially accepted and paid their renewal fee of $59.95 for a gift subscription I created for HGTV Magazine. I felt it was a little high but I didn’t research it until later. Now, I get an offer from them on the average of every two weeks. Some are for publications I receive and others are for those that I do not. However, the most ludicrous one was for a renewal of the Los Angeles Times which I already pay $40.00 or so a month directly to the Times for home delivery. Publisher’s Payment Processing’s rate?? $780.00 per year!!!!!!!!!!! Now, I hope no one is THAT stupid!!! Those charges are usury and it would seem they could be prosecuted for it but, in today’s greedy world, who knows? Stay clear of these people. They get around it legally because they DO renew your subscription but make no doubt about it, they are plain and simple a fraudulent scam and nothing else.

  • Dean Lesner

    These clowns sent me a renewal notice for my local newspaper. I knew immediately that it was a scam because they misspelled Chronicle.

  • BobbyBarker

    A**holes sent my wife a notice implying our newspaper subscription was up and offered to renew for nearly twice the going rate.

    • Rodentman

      Send it back to them and tell them what they can do with their scam.

  • Total scam! We were already getting American Girl magazine and they sent a fake renewal form, now we get two copies. American Girl let us out of the subscription and refunded our money and told us they know about this company and they keep slithering away. This is really bad for the human soul. They must be stopped.

  • Ferret

    We all know that what goes around, comes around.
    People like this that prey on others… will themselves become prey.
    take heart, do not be discouraged my friends.

  • margaret pelz

    I was suspicious of receiving 2 renewals in 2 months from publishers billing association for daily word which I do not subscribe to. Definite scamming here

  • tonyome

    "Subscription Billing Service" sent me a notice for National Geographic for $59.95, when I can renew directly with the magazine for $19.00…con artists…contacting my state attorney general.

  • Diane B

    I got a bill from these people for a magazine and I have 18 months to go until I need to renew. They wanted $69.95 for one year of 6 issues and the Garden Gate Magazine only charged $39 for 2 years. What kind of a fool do you think we are. Save your postage and phone call and toss these types of billings. I’m sending my to the Attorney General’s Office.

  • JMB

    Their business may not be illegal but it is immoral. I finally woke up and checked what a direct subscription with the magazine itself was. Well it is $13. If I subscribe through MPS it is $49.95. This is a complete rip off.

    • JMB

      Ups. That is $13 for two years versus $49.95 for one year through MPS.

  • T Elia

    I spoke to them. They are NOT acting on behalf of any magazine. They sell subscriptions at a discount and not any better than you can get from the magazine itself.
    This is a scam. They are in no way related to or working on behalf of any magazine. DO NOT Renew with these people.

    They offered to send me a refund less $20.0. That would mean I get $9.93. They say the refund policy is clearly stated on the back. If you are not aware that they are not working with the publisher, then you are screwed. I am, calling my State attorney and getting them involved.

    TE

  • Ollie Peine

    Don’t pay anything to these people. They stole about 90 dollars from me. I paid for a magazine and have not gotten anything but the run around.

  • RLC

    LPS in White City sent a renewal to the WSJ using my correct address. I sent the payment thinking it was the WSJ ( the address was not White City then but was the same outfit). When the WSJ billed me I contacted them and they said it was a scam. I called LPS and they refused to remit until I told them the name of the contact at the WSJ who said it was a scam. But I’ve received 3 or 4 more envelopes since then and have an unopened one in case an official can use it as evidence.
    RLC

  • Janice B

    What a big scam this company is! They keep sending me notices of magazine renewals/new order which are totally fake. I have mailed them to stop and tried to go to their web site but to no avail. Never give them your credit care number whatever you do!

  • Ron

    I was taken for $24.95 for Popular Mechanics and I have written them twice without a response. Oh, maybe this new billing from Publishers Billing Center is their response. No!!!! It is a new bill for Readers Digest which I have never had.
    Ron

  • JACK HUMMEL

    I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO CONTACK YOU RE MY WSJ SUBSCRIPTION – I CALLED AT LEAST 6 TIMES AND YOU SAY HOLD AND SOMEONE WILL BE WITH ME SHORTLY – I WAIT ON THE PHONE FOR 25 MINUTES AND NO ONE RESPONDS – HOW IN THE WORLD CAN YOU RUN A BUSINESS LIKE THAT. YOU REALLY TURN ME OFF AND I AM CANCELLING MY SUBSCRIPTIUON TO THE WSJ.

  • badger

    wouldn’t it be nice to have a REAL address and a REAL phone number of these scammers?

    • Ken

      I am contacting the company’s president directly, am going to send her each of the renewal notices we continue to receive. Possibly will join in!
      Ken

  • KJf.

    2/1/2013. I got scammed! And it does not feel good. I made a $69.95 payment for Time Magazine renewal. 6 weeks later Time sends me a renewal notice. When I contacted Time they said they were not associated with MPS but were aware that they were scamming people. Why does Time not alert their subscription holders?

  • Robert Simmons

    I just got a letter from this outfit which asked me for $149.90 to renew my Atlantic Monthly subscription. Less than one month before I had sent Atlantic Magazine a check for $10.00 for a one year renewal. Then I noticed that this letter says RENEWAL OFFER – NOT A BILL at the bottom. What a crock! These people make money by preying on people who don’t read very well and think they have been sent a bill.

  • Dan McMillan

    Received a notice in the mail for one of my magazines, what a crock. Need to write to your state’s Attorney General, I certainly will be.

  • Karen

    Who is Publishers Services Exchange? I got a renewal bill for a magazine that I have never read, never ordered and have never even seen!

  • JOSEPH FELTES SR.

    trying to cancel my renewal.phone is over busy and dont know any other way to stop.

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