What is rda*family handyman ia continuity/subscription merchants?

The credit card charge RDA*FAMILY HANDYMAN IA CONTINUITY/SUBSCRIPTION MERCHANTS was first recorded on January 07, 2015. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Merchant Information

Merchant Home Service Publications, Inc. (edit)
Website https://www.familyhandyman.com/ (edit)
Phone Number 800-285-4961 (edit)
Category Magazines (edit)
Description Subscription renewal (edit)
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Comments

Dan on October 03, 2017

Subscription renewal for Family Handyman magazine.

alan lacy on November 10, 2018

What is this for

Victor Swedberg on February 16, 2019

I had a subscription and then noticed a new charge of $22.98 to my charge card without my authorization. I texted the address and asked to cancell and refund the charge to my account. Looking at charge card bill it is on there but no credit back to account! Why would I want to pay $22.98 when I got preferred customer discount voucher in the mail for only $10.!?

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