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Rip-Off Alert: Scammers try phony renewal invoice

Reported by: Marie Mortera
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Updated: 3/22/2013 5:18 pm
LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Viewers are sharing this Rip-Off Alert after receiving unsolicited ads asking them to pay up high rates for subscriptions.

One man submitted a bill from an address in Henderson.

It's for The Wall Street Journal and asks for a subscription of almost $600.

This viewer says it's ridiculous because he subscribes to the Journal -- and pays $30 a month.

The Better Business Bureau says they've received nearly 100 complaints from across the country against Associated Publishers Network.

People have an issue what looks like a bill but it may really not be.

However the company typically responds by offering a refund or delivering the subscription.

The number to Associated Publishers Network was disconnected when News 3 attempted to contact it.
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