Washington Post Phone Number



 

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Customer Service Contact Information For Washington Post

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2/22/2016 Washington Post - I'm a longtime Sunday subscriber 35 years+
I'm a longtime Sunday subscriber (35 years+) only snow days missed once or twice, however, I may not be for long. I have NOT received a paper for the last three Sundays, called in by 9, and still didn't get papers. I then had to call on Mondays to ask to receive a credit because the papers were not delivered.. We have a flag in my front yard for the new carrier, however, apparently they don't look at it. My neighbors get their papers (live in a sub-division on a circle). We want the inserts and my husband likes a real paper not the online. Maybe I need two weeks free daily so the carrier "might" be able to find us on Sundays. Customer service reps are very hard to understand and can't seem to think past their script. Thinking of putting a 4 foot sign up so maybe they will find it. Frustrated in Charles Town, WV. Sunday's call will be hitting the button for cancellation and refund. Inexcusable! Very disappointed.

ClaudiaRead More
2/4/2016 Washington Post - After reading your article about voter identification
After reading your article about voter identification, I am starting an organization to go to every district in every county in the country and sign up people to learn how to allow all to have a picture ID with address attached so all are able to vote. I will make sure I have an individual from the State at each signing to be sure we are within the laws of that State. We will pay for the transportation of all to these signature places. This will be paid for by private donation and not by any party or organization. No one will be told, who or what party to register or how to vote just shown to legally vote in their district. That will help this country to be equally represented by our leaders.

meRead More
10/11/2015 What the phone number for the Washington Post?.
What the phone number for the Washington Post?. Someone stole my newspaper.

MauriceRead More
3/23/2015 Washington Post - I was a regular subscriber to the Post for a long
I was a regular subscriber to the Post for a long time, however, every time I call to order to stop delivery because I would be out of town, the paper was still delivered. I was so angry when I got home paper was stacked up two feet high. I still do not understand how you stop delivery for a period of time. Another instance is that my daily paper was being stolen 4 out of 7 days per week. I call to report the problem but never got a re delivery that day. The person on the phone said that it was too late. When I received my bill I refused to pay because of the number of stolen papers that I did not receive. They paid not attention to me and kept dunning me for payment. I refuse to pay for papers that I did not receive. They have now stopped delivering the paper and are still send me dunning notices. I have been called by the delivery person and told them what had happened and told them not to put the paper on the front stoop because people on their way to work in the morning just assumed that it was a free paper and would take it to work day after day. I was never able to catch someone doing it but my neighbors have had the same problem. Solve the problem Post and stop disbelieving your loyal customers. I am still waiting to hear from someone at the Post who will help sole the problem.

DinkRead More
6/15/2014 Washington Post - I signed up on 6-13-14 for the $39 promotion using
I signed up on 6-13-14 for the $39 promotion using my American Express. When I accessed the Post today I was told there was no record. I asked the rep if she would sign me up & she told me the promotion had expired. NOT HAPPY!

DianeRead More
3/28/2014 Washington Post - I am trying to pay my bill online. The site
I am trying to pay my bill online. The site address listed on the invoice doesn't work.

JoeRead More
5/23/2013 Washington Post - Please give me your e-mail, the mine is
Please give me your e-mail, the mine is @hotmail.com thank's

GuillermoRead More
11/8/2012 Washington Post - I am trying to order two newspapers on the
I am trying to order two newspapers on the re-elect November 7, 2012. The Washington customers service provide this website www.washingtonpost.com/store it doesn’t work for me.

Ms. Linda M. AlexanderRead More
6/14/2012 I cancelled my subcription to the Washington Post
I cancelled my subcription to the Washington Post for the Kindle several months ago. they are still billing me and it seems impossible to find a phone number to call and get a customer service person to assist me. Very bad business. I am not a fan and once I get this straightened out...I will never recommend this service to anyone. It's a pain in the A..

JudiRead More
6/8/2012 Washington Post - The quality of the paper itself is crappy. The
The quality of the paper itself is crappy. The paper is thin and you'd better not snap it so you can read it; it's going to tear. The format is unremarkable. And the editing... well, I've always been taught if you have nothing good to say don't say anything.

b j jonesRead More
4/6/2012 Washington Post - I can't seem to get a phone number,
I can't seem to get a phone number, period...Communicating with it's customers seems like a thing of the past. WAKE UP WASHINGTON POST....PUT YOUR PHONE NUMBERS THAT ARE CORRECT OUT THERE FOR ALL TO USE AND SEE....Maybe it's just you don't want to hire the customer service people, MAYBE YOU SHOULD GO TO CHINA.

Mary Read More
6/9/2009 Washington Posts is using nasty billing practices
Washington Posts is using nasty billing practices to squeeze the last dollars out of customers who cancel their subscription. We received a letter in mail telling us our subscription was expiring and in order to renew, we had to send in the card. Well we did not send in the card because we did not want to renew. Two weeks later we get a call from the Post saying they had not received our renewal card and wanted a new credit card number (we had canceled the card we use for companies to keep on file to automatically debit, and the expiration eventually ran out) We told the Post person that they had not relieved renewal card because we did not want to renew, the price had more than doubled. We received Sunday papers for another five weeks. Then our delivery person calls us and wants a Credit card number saying the card on file was declined. We told her that was because we did not renew the subscription and canceled the card. She became very upset and said she did not get a notice of cancellation from the Post and had to pay for the papers, and that she was billing us! We said that was between her and the Post.
When I called the Post today, they told me that WE had not called to stop the delivery! I said "look lady, what are we suppose to do, we did not send in the renewal card, we told the Post when they called telling us that they had not received our renewal card that we did not want to renew, we canceled the card on file (thank goodness or they would have charged it), and still they are saying there is no proof that we canceled subscription and must pay for the five papers! Poor practices. No wonder the paper is in trouble.

CathyRead More
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