20 Replies to “AARP Magazine”

  1. Quit putting my name inside your magazine!!I donate it to retirement homes, etc., and don’t my name to go who knows where!! Poor business!!

  2. I would love to read my AARP Magazine, unfortunately the print is too small for my eyes. Since this is a publication for seniors I suspect others have this problem. Could the powers that be consider issuing a large print version?

  3. I have not received my magazine for August and September. Can you please find out why this has happened and can you send me a lost issue Jean

  4. Been trying to have the AARP magazine come only on line, can’t find any place to cancel the two that already come to my house. Plus somehow, my husband and I now have received two more AARP Cards with different #’s which terrifies us. This probably means we will get two more subscriptions.

    We do like the magazine just not in this form.

  5. I have been an AARP member since 1987 and up until last October 2011 always received your magazine when all of a sudden it quit coming in the mail. I have called four different times now to report it and get missed issues. They told that my subscription has expired. I am paid up until July 2015 so would like to know how that could happen. They say they don’t know and each person has said they will take care of it but so far nothing has been done. I called in May and told person I hadn’t received the April/May issue and was told I would have to wait until June to call before they could send me that issue. Just before that I was sent an issue from May/June 2011. Would appreciate it if someone could do whatever needs to be done to get me back to automatically receiving my magazine again and not have to call and then get a magazine that’s a month or so old.

    Thank you for whatever help you can give me. Diane Rokosz

  6. I get 3 magazines!

    2 at:

    Muriel

    Modesto Ca. 95356-8705

    1 at:

    Richard

    Salida, Ca. 95368-9339

    Please only send 1 to the Salida Address.

    Thank you!

  7. I am the author of HUNGER NAKEDNESS AND COLD and I would like to see if you can comment about this novel. It was published by VANTAGE PRESS INC. last year. I am 83 years old and it took me over thirty five years to write this book. It is about my life growing poor and without hope and education, struggling on the streets of Bogota, Colombia.

    After a short stint in the Colombian navy, and after a sour marriage, one day I decided I had enough, I managed to get a job in the United States, put my two small children in an airplane and left for good. As time went by, I eventually became an engineer and travel the world.

    It is a true story. I wrote it myself and no ghost writer was involved. I contains lots of grammatical errors, and some times coarse language, but because I told my life as it was and in a narrative way you might understand why my editors decided no to change the subject.

    Sincerely,

    Claudio Plazas, ECCE

  8. 3/21/12 I am also trying to change my address. My name is Lillian A. Sheridan, Sarasota, Fl. the new is 7405 Hamilton Rd., Bradenton, Fl. 34209

    Thank you.

  9. Not only is the AARP website a hot mess, but even calling them to ask them to change your address is like beating your head against a brick wall. We moved from MA to NH last July; our MA address was a P.O. box down there, which we paid for through April 2012. All of our other changes went through, and it’s only the AARP stuff that is still going to the P.O. box. We got the latest one there yesterday. We are not going to renew this P.O. box when it expires, nor do we want to spend the gas money to keep driving down there forever just for AARP.

    My husband has repeatedly called, emailed, and snail-mailed these people, after becoming thoroughly frustrated with the website. Nothing.

    When I tried to use the website myself, I saw first-hand the frustration he felt, as well as others who are posting here. Signing up for an online profile is useless, as there is no way to enter a membership number to link together the online profile and the actual AARP membership. All it does is tell you that you are not an AARP member, and a link to join. The instructions in the HELP section are wrong.

    However, I have not only come here to vent, but to help. It took me almost an hour of Googling (which is how I found this page), but I did find an AARP page on which you can change your address by simply logging in with your membership number, birthdate and ZIP code. Here it is:

    http://www-static-w2-md.aarp.org/membership/

    This particular page is NOT linked to from the main AARP.org page, or anywhere else on the site that I could find. I’m still annoyed because I should not have had to spend as much time as I did finding out how to do this one simple thing. But I was able to do the address change, hopefully it takes!

    I hope this will help someone who is looking for this information.

  10. I WOULD LIKE TO ADD A COMMENT ON YOUR ARTICLE “FED UP WITH FEES” MAYBE YOU CAN FIT IT INTO YOUR “THE MAIL” I ALSO CAME UPON A VERY DISTURBING FEE WHEN I WENT TO MY EYE DOCTOR HERE IN OKLAHOMA CITY ON 12-23-11, WHEN I WAS PAYING MY CO-PAY, I SAID I NEEDED A RECEIPT FOR MY EYE PRESCRIPTION SINCE I AM GOING TO HAVE TO HAVE MY EYEGLASSES MADE STRONGER, THE LADY SAID, THAT WILL BE $25.00! I THINK THIS EXTRA CHARGE IS VERY UNREASONABLE! AFTER ALL, I, AND MY INSURANCE HAD ALREADY PAID THE DOCTOR HIS VERY EXPENSIVE SERVICE FEE, SO I THINK MY RECEIPT SHOULD HAVE BEEN FREE. I HAVE NEVER, IN MY 71 YEARS, HAVE I EVER HAD TO PAY FOR THIS RECIPT. I THINK THIS IS VERY UNFAIR, AND THE PLACE I TOOK THE RECEIPT TO, TO HAVE MY GLASSES MADE STRONGER, HAD NEVER HEARD OF THE EXTRA CHARGE EITHER. I HOPE THIS IS NOT A THING THAT ALL EYE DOCTORS ARE GOING TO START DOING! JUST BECAUSE I CHOSE NOT TO HAVE HIM MAKE MY NEW GLASSES, SINCE HE CHARGES SO MUCH MORE THAN OTHER EYE GLASS PLACES.

  11. I have received the 4th notice to renew my membership in AARP. I did not renew my AARP membership as I don`t belong and I don`t plan to subscribe. Please do not send anymore notices.

    Carol

  12. CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Please change my address from Alice, Saltillo, MS 38866-0337 to

    The AARP Magazine label NO. BXNQHFG*****************5-Digit 38866

    NO. 096642397/2/A 4 APR2016 007701 00122

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