Most publications are available online. Your loved one may have several subscriptions despite the absence of a printed magazine or newspaper. The subscriptions are usually accessed through their email.
Many of these publications offer an automatic renewal feature that makes it necessary for you to identify and cancel them. Although some publications are part of membership, they may not be stopped when you notify the organization about your loved one’s death.
When you know your loved one’s password and username or email you must login to their account to begin the process.
To cancel an AAA World subscription call 800-763-9900.
Check your loved one’s email for access to the online version and look for contact information for the newspaper. You could do a web search for the contact information of your local paper.
Password and account number known — Sign in to their Reader’s Digest account with their account number and zip code. Select Cancel My Subscription on the left-hand menu.
Password and account number unknown — Call Reader’s Digest’s helpline at 877-382-4775, customer service at 800-934-0977, or send them an email.
To cancel a Rolling Stone Magazine subscription call customer service at 855-259-6134 or send them an email.
To cancel a Taste of Home Magazine subscription call customer service at 800-344-2560 or send them an email.
Password and account number known — Log in to Time Magazine’ Account Management page using their account number and password.
Password and account number unknown — Call 800-843-8463 or 866-550-6934.
Check your loved one’s email for access to an online version and look for contact information for the journal. You could do a web search for the contact information for any organizations you know they are associated with.
To cancel a USA Today Newspaper subscription call Customer Service at 1-800-872-0001.