As far as as I know,in law if someone sends you something without you asking for it.It can be regarded as a gift(unless there is a letter with the goods stating otherwise).Just tell them thanks for the gift/rubbish and leave it.So keep it or bin it,I've had a few crap pc mags like this most don't even get as far as my pc.
Send them an email and keep a copy of it. Inform them that you do not wish to receive the magazine as you regard it's delivery as 'unsolicited goods' and that the mags are stored at your gaff awaiting their collection at a time that is convenient for you.
Why not send them a bill/invoice for the storage of their goods on your property at the charge of say £2.00-£5.00 per day, week whatever. This has been known to work even in the face of threatening letters from soliciters.
No card details, they just kep sending me the junk. I've left countless messages on their 0870 number 'helpline' and sent 3 emails so far containing all of the above. I just want to stop this before they start pursuing me.
Just sent yet another email so I'll see what response I get this time.
Has anyone heard of International Masters Publishers Inc (New York!) as they're the owners of the magazines domain name and their email address is [email protected]
Are they a reputable organisation or are they known as mass mailers of junk?
you may regard any goods that are sent 'unsolicited' - i.e. without your prior request or consent - as an unconditional gift. In fact, it's an offence to demand payment for such goods.
My advice is that you totally disregard any invoices, read the magazines if you want to, throw them in the bin when you're ready, and if it all becomes too much, report the company to your local trading standards office.
The one thing you shouldn't do is waste any of your time or money on phone calls or postage stamps. You are placing yourself at no financial risk by ignoring the invoices, so don't worry about it.