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O, The Oprah Magazine

3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (583 customer reviews)

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O, The Oprah Magazine covers topics that affect your everyday life in a way that speaks to regular people instead of just celebrities or the affluent. Each issue includes a wide range of human interest features, helpful tips, and inspirational advice. The magazine is primarily aimed at those of the Baby Boomer generation, although other age groups can find relevant and entertaining content inside as well.

From helping readers balance their mental and physical health to inspiring action, O, The Oprah Magazine offers plenty of content to suit a wide variety of interests. The magazine also has a distinct focus on spirituality and intelligent discussion, making it appealing to readers interested in getting more out of a magazine than the latest trends or gossip. From inspiring profiles to thoughtful suggestions you can use in your daily life, the magazine's content helps you stay focused and balanced so you can easily handle life's ups and downs.

On the practical side, O, The Oprah Magazine features reviews on beauty products, good books, and household products that make your life easier. Easy-to-understand recipes and cooking tips make family meals and entertaining go smoother, and relationship tips from popular guests on Oprah's show help you improve your family relationships and friendships.

Whether you're a huge fan of Oprah's show and want more from her in a readable form or just have a desire to learn new ways to lead a balanced, happy life, there is something in each issue of O, The Oprah Magazine for you.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B001THPA4Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (583 customer reviews)
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283 of 291 people found the following review helpful
Subscription Term Name:2 years|Verified Purchase
I've purchased a lot of products on Amazon and have subscribed to Oprah's magazine for many years. I have read a lot of negative comments about Oprah's auto-renewal process over the years, so I have always intentionally purchased the one-time, one- or two-year subscription terms on Amazon, making certain not to select the auto-renewal options. And I have purchased this magazine as a gift for others multiple times too. I've never had a problem with the magazine, the subscriptions, the invoicing, or the delivery...until now.

In December, 2010, I purchased another 2-year term subscription to 'O, The Oprah Magazine' for my wife, same as I'd done in prior years. I paid for it with my American Express. The rate was $24.00 for two years. With (WA state) sales tax, it came up to $25.85 and showed up on my January statement, which was paid in full. The subscription is paid up through January, 2013.

After a few months, I started receiving renewal notices for a one-year ($18.00 per year) subscription, directly from the Oprah publisher. This is something that the Oprah magazine or their publisher has done frequently over the years, so I just ignored the renewal notices, as I've always done (seems kind of a waste of resources to solicit people who aren't scheduled to renew for another 20 months...but, if that's the way they want to run their business, whatever). Obviously, I wasn't interested in renewing again, so I recycled the solicitations. By the way, the renewal solicitation did show the 2013 expiration date right on the document, so I knew it wasn't for a prior iteration of the subscription.

Yesterday I received a collection notice from Sunrise Credit Services, Inc. for an account balance of $18.00. Yes, you read that right.
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Buyer beware, deceptive invoicing tactics July 12, 2012
By hmmmm
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Hearst Publications sent my mom nasty bills and letters saying she agreed to a renewal which she did not, and which she specifically wrote to them to say she did not want (something she should not even have to do).

I would NEVER buy this magazine now that I am aware of their unethical practices.

I fear for people without the skills to be able to assert their rights and suspect many go along with the renewal they never wanted and capitulate in the face of the nasty reminder / billing letters.

Sad. My mom wonders how someone like Oprah can even be associated with such practices.

You can contact Oprah subscriptions at 800-846-4020 apparently but they don't even put the phone number on the invoices and it took me much searching to find it online, no thanks to them. It's not even shown on the website they direct you to for payment.
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359 of 393 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dishonest Subscription Renewal Process August 31, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I purchased a one year subscription online last year for both myself and my mom for the Oprah magazine. I paid online for both at the time of purchase and have an email to prove it. Now that the subscription is expiring, my mom and I both have gotten at least 3 threatening letters each. Each is entitled "INVOICING BUREAU" in red. The letter states " when you entered into an agreement to be billed later, we believed you would send your renewal payment upon receipt of you invoice. Now that your subscription is coming to an end, we still have not received your payment. You can resolve this matter quickly by returning the subscription invoice with your payment in the enclosed envelope." This letter does not include a phone number and uses a lot of red to emphasize how urgent it is to pay. It is purposefully misleading, I never led on that I wanted to renew. I went to the website and there is no way to contact them, by email, etc. after a lot of searching, I did find the cancel my subscription button.
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126 of 143 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Do NOT accept the $5 special price December 16, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
Last night, I ordered O as a gift for my mother. When I went to check out, I saw there was a special price of $5.

This morning, I see I was charged FOUR time at the $5 rate. Called customer service, and the rep said there is nothing they can do... can't cancel, and he couldn't even explain to me how it happened. So now, I don't know if I'm getting four copies of the magazine, or if I paid more than full price for the mag.

The customer service rep said if I get four copies, I can bundle them up and send them back to Amazon for a refund... but this is a gift. Not really the way I wanted my mom's birthday to go.

I'm not sure if this is an Amazon glitch or something from the publisher, but I'm not happy about my experience with O magazine so far.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars BEWARE! Fraudulent invoicing tactics. Do not buy!!! October 12, 2013
Subscription Term Name:1 year auto-renewal
As much as I enjoy reading the Oprah magazine, I will NEVER again purchase an annual subscription. This magazine (or their publishing company) is downright shameful in the ways in which they harass their customers. Immediately after I ordered AND PAID FOR my annual subscription, I began receiving notices from the "invoicing bureau" at O, The Oprah Magazine claiming that I owed money for my subscription. But I had already paid for the year IN FULL, and the FUTURE expiration date of my subscription was clearly printed on the invoice (indicating that my subscription was active for another 8 months). There is NO PHONE NUMBER printed on these invoices, so I had to search online for a customer service phone number (finally found the number in a review on - it's 888-446-4438 by the way). When I contacted the customer service department, the lady explained that I wasn't exactly receiving "a bill;" they were simply marketing the opportunity to purchase a future subscription. What a joke! They could've fooled me! The "marketing piece" stated that I would be in default if I didn't promptly pay the amount due. The "marketing piece" made me think I was about to be reported to a collection agency. HOW SHAMEFUL! I wonder how many people fall for this deceptive marketing scheme and pay for a future subscription just because they're afraid they're in trouble? Oprah Winfrey should be ashamed that her name is associated with such a scam. BEWARE!!! Do not buy a subscription to O, The Oprah Magazine. I promise you will regret it almost immediately!
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